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Thursday, June 20, 2024

King Charles III and Queen Camilla are crowned in elaborate ceremony


Well, well well, King Charles III and Queen Camilla are crowned in elaborate ceremony.

This marks the first such coronation to be held at the iconic historical site since that of King Charles’ mother, Queen Elizabeth II, in 1953.

The coronation was an impressive display of pageantry and grandeur, with members of the British military riding on horseback along the royal couple’s procession from Buckingham Palace through Central London.

Hundreds of people lined the streets as they watched the majestic golden carriage, drawn by eight horses, journey across the city.

The atmosphere was electric with anticipation as crowds awaited to see their new King and Queen for the first time.

The events of this historic day began around 9:30am local time when both King Charles III and Queen Camilla were dressed in their full regalia of robes and crowns by representatives from Gieves & Hawkes, a prominent British tailor based in Savile Row.

After they had been properly attired, they were escorted to St James’s Palace where they received a blessing before embarking on their procession to Westminster Abbey.

At 11:30am local time, bells began to toll as the royal couple emerged from Buckingham Palace in their state carriage pulled by four white horses with two postilions ahead leading them through Central London streets packed with patriotic onlookers cheering for their newest rulers.

Everyone waited with bated breath until finally, after two hours of traveling through London’s bustling streets, King Charles III and Queen Camilla arrived at Westminster Abbey just before 1:30pm local time.

Once inside Westminster Abbey, both King Charles and Queen Camilla were seated on thrones draped in red velvet and gold tassels while Archbishop Justin Welby performed the traditional coronation ceremony before a congregation including all members of The Royal Family plus 690 guests invited by name.

A choir made up of over 200 voices sang hymns throughout the ceremony which concluded with prayers being read directly from The Book Of Common Prayer while both having taken part in several symbolic rituals throughout its duration.

Afterwards, King Charles III and Queen Camilla left Westminster Abbey together under a canopy symbolizing their joint rule as sovereigns over England.

Upon exiting out into Trafalgar Square once again large crowds had assembled to witness them walking back towards Buckingham Palace amidst thunderous applause from all around them – a true testament to how beloved these two newly-crowned monarchs are amongst their subjects!

It has been 66 years since England last saw such pomp and circumstance during a coronation ceremony – but Saturday’s special event will now go down as one for its people’s history books! All hail King Charles III and Queen Camilla – long may they reign!

Aiman Aamir
Aiman Aamir
Aiman Aamir has written for a variety of publications, including some of the known magazines. Her work has been praised for its engaging and informative content, as well as its unique perspective on the world of fashion, lifestyle, marketing and innovation. Whether she is writing about the latest runway shows, models, travel destinations or latest digital trends, Aiman always delivers insightful and well-researched articles that resonate with her audience.

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