King Charles III Coronation POLL: Do you support Charles’ proposal for a shortened coronation? | Royal | News

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King Charles III plans to downsize coronation ceremony after his accession to the throne. But do you support it? Vote in our poll. Buckingham Palace is expected to announce a coronation date for next year, as it is tradition to wait a long time after the death of the previous monarch. since Queen Elizabeth II After his death on September 8, Charles’ coronation “is expected to take place in the spring or summer of next year,” the Telegraph reports.

The Independent writes that Charles “wants to avoid extravagance as ordinary people struggle with a housing crisis”.

He is eager to “demonstrate his understanding of the problems facing ordinary members of the public” with a “relatively modest ceremony.”

The Telegraph also reported earlier this week that the King plans to have a low-profile and low-carbon coronation.

Union leaders may be told not to attend to reduce the number of people traveling to London for the event.

However, royal sources told The Telegraph that it would be a “balancing act” between reducing carbon footprints and adhering to protocol.

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A source told The Telegraph: “The coronation will take place less than a year after the Queen’s funeral, so the message that could be sent is, ‘we’ve seen you all recently so don’t feel obligated to go.’ the difficulty of coming all this way so quickly.’

They added: “The King, as well as his religious and state advisers, will be well aware that the coronation will follow a very difficult winter for the people, and will not want the event to go against the mood of the people. the nation.

“The King is a very frugal person by nature and whenever he can, he wants the coronation to focus more on the spiritual elements than the more showy parts.”

The Queen’s coronation took place on 2 June 1953, some 16 months after she became monarch on 6 February 1952.


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It is royal tradition for Westminster Abbey to hold the coronation with all but two monarchs crowned there.

The Telegraph reports that more than 8,000 guests from 129 countries traveled to see the Queen’s coronation.

Westminster Abbey’s capacity has now been reduced to 2,000 and is packed for Her Majesty’s funeral, one of the largest gatherings of international leaders in the UK.

The royal coronation has reportedly been planned for years under the code name “Operation Golden Globe”.

So what do you think? Do you support Charles’ reduced coronation plans? Vote in our poll and share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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