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Syed, Armani (5 April 2023). "Everything to Know About King Charles III's Coronation". Time. Archived from the original on 17 April 2023 . Retrieved 13 April 2023. Young, 54, will also anchor a special live broadcast of the concert – which is estimated to see 20,000 people attending – in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
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Her part in the ceremony will be simpler - she will be crowned and anointed with holy oil, while King Charles will also be blessed, take the oaths and receive various items of regalia.On the day Charles and Camilla are crowned, Channel 4 says its schedule “will provide an escape from the pomp and ceremony”. The dress code for peers without a role in the ceremony was originally business suits or parliamentary robes, rather than the coronets, coronation robes, and court dress traditionally worn.   This was changed in the week before the coronation after protests, with peers allowed to wear coronation robes but not coronets.  The general dress code for men was morning dress, a lounge suit or national dress.  Art [ edit ] Invitation to the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla
Coke, Hope (21 April 2021). "Former Tatler photographer Hugo Burnand crowned as King Charles III's coronation photographer". Tatler. Archived from the original on 7 March 2023 . Retrieved 31 March 2023. CharlesIII became king immediately upon the death of his mother, ElizabethII, at 15:10 BST on Thursday 8 September 2022. He was proclaimed king by the Accession Council of the United Kingdom on Saturday 10 September,  which was followed by proclamations in other Commonwealth realms.  As his consort, Charles's wife, Camilla, became queen.  The King is crowned. The Archbishop of Canterbury places the St Edward’s Crown on Charles’s head. Trumpets will sound and gun salutes will be fired across the UK.
Before her Platinum Jubilee, Queen Elizabeth announced her wish for Camilla to be known as Queen Consort on Charles's accession. The Countess of Dartmouth, 1757 (matching robe and kirtle worn over a white court dress). Peers [ edit ]