King Charles is set to be officially crowned as the monarch in a historic Coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London on May 6, 2023. This will be the first such royal spectacle in 70 years, and millions of people from around the world are expected to tune in to watch the event.
The Coronation ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. London Time, which is UTC +1, according to the official BBC. However, coverage will start much earlier as the royals make their way to the Abbey for the ceremony. Full coverage of the Coronation Procession is expected to start as early as 9-10 a.m. London Time.
Viewers in the United States will have to rise early to catch the event, with coverage starting at 6 a.m. Eastern Time (ET), 5 a.m. Central Time (CT), and 3 a.m. Pacific Time (PST), according to CNN. Meanwhile, those in Australia can catch the ceremony at 3 p.m. Australian Western Standard Time (AWST).
King Charles’ Coronation will make history on multiple grounds. He will be the oldest monarch to be crowned, and this will be the first Coronation in 70 years. Additionally, his wife, Camilla, will be the first Queen Consort to be crowned at a Coronation.
The event is expected to be a momentous occasion, with millions of people tuning in from around the world to watch the historic event. The Coronation ceremony will be a celebration of British culture and history, showcasing the rich traditions and rituals associated with the monarchy.
As the world watches, King Charles will take the throne and begin a new era of the British monarchy. The ceremony will mark the end of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, who has been on the throne since 1952. King Charles’ Coronation will be a historic moment and one that will be remembered for years to come.