Tuesday, October 11, Buckingham Palace announces the date of the enthronement of Charles III. A choice that will not please Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at all.
- On October 11, Buckingham Palace announces the date of the enthronement of King Charles III
- On May 6, 2023, the receipt of leather from England
- More for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, May 6 is a very special date
On Saturday September 10, 2022, Charles III was proclaimed King of England. Two days after the death of his mother, Elizabeth II, who disappeared at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, the husband of Camilla Parker-Bowles was able to accede to the throne. However, Buckingham Palace has yet to organize the grand ceremony of the coronation of the new king. And this Tuesday, October 11, 2022, the date of this very special event has been announced. If some thought that the leatherette of Charles III was going to be made on May 6, 2023, the date of the birthday of Elizabeth II, it was finally May 6 that was chosen.
A decision that will not only make people happy. Indeed, for Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, this date is very important. It is the day of the birth of their eldest son, Archie. That same day, the little boy will blow out his fourth candle. What a little more aggravate the situation between the brother of Prince William and King Charles III. No matter what, the decision is made and acted upon. Seven months after being named King of England, Charles III will have the honor of receiving the famous courtyard. Buckingham also announced some details about this ceremony: “Leathering reflects the role of the monarch today and looks to the future, while being rooted in longstanding traditions and pageantry,” is it specified.
The firing of Charles III “less expensive” than that of the queen
And unlike his mother’s, Charles III’s bake should be “shorter, smaller and less expensive”as a royal source explained to the DailyMirror. 2,000 cohabitants were still to be invited to see the father of Princes William and Harry installed on a throne in his ceremonial habits at Westminster Abbey. He will receive the symbols of the kingdom: the scepter, the rod and the orb of the sovereign. The ceremony will retain a similar structure “after more than a thousand years”. “Over the past 900 years”he and I held at Westminster Abbey and “after 1066 the office service was almost always headed by the Archbishop of Canterbury”. The ruler is “anointed, blessed and paid” by the Archbishop. Final details of the ceremony will be released later today for Buckingham Palace.
A proclamation ceremony for the new king
On September 10, Charles III was proclaimed King of England, during an Accession Council at St. James’s Palace in London : “We publicly proclaim, in a loud voice, that Prince Charles Philip Arthur George, is, by the death of his late mother, of happy memory, our Lord Charles the 3rd, by the grace of God, thus King of Great Britain and Northern Ireland”, said the Membership Council. “God bless his majesty.” During this ceremony, the new queen consort, Camilla Parker-Bowles, prince William was at his side. The Prime Minister, Liz Truss and former heads of government were also present. The Accession Council is made up of members of the Privy Council and senior politicians, bishops, City of London dignitaries and Commonwealth Ambassadors. About 200 of them, out of more than 700, were there.