The coronation of King Charles and Queen Camilla has finally arrived after Queen Elizabeth’s death in September.
Their Majesties will formally be crowned at Westminster Abbey in London on Saturday. It was the first coronation in Britain since the late Queen ascended to the throne on 2 June 1953.
The coronation will be accompanied by quite a bit of controversy, as the focus will not only be on the new king, but also on his estranged son, Prince Harry, and his scandal-scarred brother, Prince Andrew.
Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, is staying home with Archie, who turns 4 on that day, and Lilibet Diana, 1.
Harry joins his estranged brother prince williamhis wife, Kate Middleton, and their children – Prince Louis, 5, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince George, 9 – for the big occasion.
The coronation ceremony will begin at 11am GMT and 6am EST.
The event is scheduled to last approximately 2 hours.
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