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After waiting nearly 74 years to become king, Charles has used his first six months to meet faith leaders across the country, reshuffle royal residences, stage his first overseas state visit, and hold a sleepover at Windsor Castle that included the coach of the England soccer team. Bloody Hell, as a living family member likes to say!
St. Edward’s Chair or King Edward’s Chair has played a role in coronations for 700 years. It has left Westminster Abbey twice: once in 1657, when Oliver Cromwell was installed as lord protector at Westminster Hall during England’s brief period as a republic, and again during World War II, when it was taken to Gloucester Cathedral in western England.
Meanwhile, our Queen Camilla's complicated love story with King Charles changed public perception.
Charles III: The crowning of Britain's new king. On Saturday Britain cheered its first new monarch in 70 years, when King Charles III was officially crowned at a ceremony in Westminster Abbey before 2,000 guests and a worldwide television audience. As Charles and his wife, Queen Camilla, assume the throne, correspondent Mark Phillips reports on how much and little the monarchy has changed since the last coronation in 1953.
Prince Harry had a Limited Role at King Charles' Coronation https://www.usatoday.com/story/entertainment/celebrities/2023/05/06/kin…
The image below is the fourth in line to the throne who is the third child of the Prince and Princess of Wales, Louis Arthur Charles, who was born on 23 April 2018.