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 affordable’ due to the ‘cost of living crisis’ in England.
England The death and funeral of Queen Elizabeth II 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: King Charles III. coronation ceremony.
OPERATION GOLDEN BALL
Planning of the King’s coronation ‘Operation Golden Globe’ continues under the name 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? British media King CharlesStating that he had already shared his views on the coronation ceremony, he 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.
A picture from Queen 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 reported today that the King’s ceremony was compared to his mother’s coronation. ‘shorter, smaller and more economical’ He wrote that it is expected.
The King surrounded both England with this decision. ‘cost of living crisis’ and will show the public and the world how the monarchy, which is thought to be weakened, will function from now on.
The British media demanded that the King’s coronation cut the costs amid the crisis affecting not only England but all of Europe. ‘A move to be applauded’ interpreted as.
Queen Elizabeth’s coronation in 1953 cost £1.57m at the time. The present value of that money is thought to be around £45 million.
TRADITIONAL ELEMENTS WILL NOT CHANGE
Traditional elements are not expected to change at the coronation ceremony for King Charles. It is believed that the King will seek to celebrate and preserve diversity in the UK by inviting members of different faiths, including Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu and Buddhist.
DON’T WANT THE CROWNING CEREMONY TO BE DONE IMMEDIATELY
A royal official reached by The Sun newspaper stated that King Charles was not in a hurry about the ceremony and that there was still a lot of planning to be done. Stating that the coronation ceremony could be held in May or June next year, according to the latest developments in the world, the newspaper wrote that the possibility of the King choosing June 2 for the coronation ceremony was natural.
After the death of his mother, he played many roles as king. royal King Charles, who attended the ceremony, hosted world leaders at Buckingham Palace and led the Queen’s funeral. It is stated that he does not want to hold the coronation ceremony now because he is in mourning.
THE OLDEST CROWNED KING WILL BE
King Charles will be 74 and his wife Camilla 76 at his coronation next year. That would make him by far the oldest king to ever be crowned.
The oldest of England’s kings was William IV, who was crowned in 1830 at the age of 64. The king’s reign lasted only 7 years.
WHAT WILL THE KING’S DUTIES BE? WHAT WILL CHANGE?
The new King is the head of the Commonwealth of Nations, which consists of 56 independent countries and 2.4 billion people. In 14 of these countries, he is also the head of state.
The King is the head of state of the United Kingdom, which consists of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. But his powers are symbolic and ceremonial. It remains politically neutral.
Daily shipments from the government, such as briefings before important meetings or documents that require his signature, are delivered to him in a red leather bag.
The Prime Minister normally meets with the King at Buckingham Palace every Wednesday to brief him on government matters.
These meetings are completely private and there is no official record of what was said.
To appoint the government: The leader of the party that wins the general election is usually summoned to Buckingham Palace, where he is formally tasked with forming the government. The king also formally dissolves the government before a general election.
Speaking at the opening of parliament: The King attends the opening ceremony of the legislative year in Parliament. In his speech from the throne in the House of Lords, he explains the plans of the government.
Royal assent: Once any law is passed by Parliament, it must be formally approved by the King in order to become law. The last time the Crown refused to ratify any law was a Scottish law in 1708.
In addition, the King welcomes visiting heads of state and meets with foreign ambassadors and representatives in the UK. The King normally leads the war victims’ commemoration event held in London in November.
The image of King Charles III will replace the Queen’s image on new Royal Mail stamps and Bank of England banknotes. Also, the wording in the new passports will be updated to ‘His Majesty the King’ instead of ‘His Majesty the Queen’.
The phrase in the national anthem of England “God Bless the King” is changing.
Also, King Charles will reside at Buckingham Palace.
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