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Three-day plan for King Charles III’s coronation weekend and bank holiday in full


The coronation of King Charles III next year will be chance for His Majesty to put his stamp on the throne and showcase his vision for the monarchy.

The pomp and circumstance normally associated with the crowning of a new King will be present, with a resplendent service at Westminster Abbey followed by a procession to Buckingham Palace and an appearance from the balcony with the rest of his family.

Charles is expected to show he will be ‘the people’s King’, with reports he is set to shun the Royal Garb which looks too dated and give representatives of the Commonwealth and NHS workers a chance to shine.

His Majesty last night announced a three-day extravaganza of celebrations that will see millions of Britons given a day off, streets parties across the nation and a celebratory concert.

King Charles III, pictured here as he left the State Opening of Parliament in Westminster in 2016, is set to put his own stamp on the coronation next year

King Charles III, pictured here as he left the State Opening of Parliament in Westminster in 2016, is set to put his own stamp on the coronation next year

Charles was said to be happy to wear the same garments as his great-grandfather George V, pictured here in his coronation robes with his wife Mary of Teck, but aides are said to have dissuaded him from doing so

Charles was said to be happy to…



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