[Mirror] For many of us, watching the Coronation of King Charles III on May 6 will be the first time we’ve ever seen the historic spectacle in action, as it comes 70 years after his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II, was crowned in 1953. Buckingham Palace has confirmed the service will “reflect the Monarch’s role today and look towards the future”, but the ceremony will also be “rooted in longstanding traditions and pageantry” – many of which might look a little bit odd to those of watching at home.
[Independent] The coronation of King Charles and Queen Camilla is taking place this weekend.
Pubs, clubs and bars in England and Wales will be able to continue serving customers for two hours beyond their usual closing time, with the extended licensing hours applying from 11pm on Friday 5 May, Saturday 6 May and Sunday 7 May. Here is a look at what else is happening day by day and how the coronation celebrations will unfold.
[Sky News] Garden parties, military rehearsals and sprucing up the streets – just some of the preparations going on ahead of the King’s coronation on Saturday.
[Sky News] Members of the Royal Family, heads of state and foreign royals will sit alongside celebrities and charity workers to watch the couple being crowned.