When and where will the coronation of King Charles III take place?
After the funeral, the coronation of King Charles III became a matter of curiosity. Where and when will the coronation of the British king Charles 3 take place.
When is the coronation of King Charles III?
It was a matter of great curiosity when the coronation ceremony of King Charles III, who ascended the throne after the death of his mother, would take place. Today, remarkable evaluations about the history and content of the coronation ceremony took place in the British press. It is said that the King will keep his coronation ceremony ‘shorter, smaller and more economical’ due to the ‘cost of living crisis’ in England.
The death and funeral of Queen Elizabeth II of England has been one of the most important agenda items in the world for a week. After the magnificent funeral ceremony on Monday, eyes were turned to another ceremony to be held after that: the coronation of King Charles III.
OPERATION GOLDEN BALL
The planning of the King’s coronation continues under the name ‘Operation Golden Globe’. Eager to show the world how the new-looking monarchy would work, the King is expected to use his coronation to hit the new era.
ATTENTION DATE! IT WILL COincide with the date his mother was crowned
So, has the date been determined for the highly anticipated ceremony? Noting that the British media had already shared their views on the coronation of King Charles, they made a remarkable prediction about the date in question. According to British sources, the new monarch plans to hold her coronation on June 2, which coincides with the 70th anniversary of her mother Elizabeth’s coronation. Queen Preparations for Elizabeth’s coronation began in February 1952, when she accepted the crown. Her coronation as queen, however, took place on June 2, 1953, 16 months after her accession to the throne.
SHORTER, SMALLER AND MORE ECONOMIC…
The British Dailymail newspaper, in its news published today, wrote that the King’s ceremony is expected to be “shorter, smaller and more economical” than his mother’s coronation. With this decision, the King will not only react to the ‘cost of living crisis’ surrounding England, and will show the public and the world how the monarchy, which is thought to be weakened, will work from now on.