King Charles’ Coronation

Troy S., Writer

This Saturday at London’s Westminster Abbey King Charles will be crowned and monarch 14 realms regarding Queen Elizabeth’s death in September. The ceremony will begin at 3:00 AM (1000 GMT) and will take about two hours long, including a procession from Buckingham Place. As done traditionally, Prince Charles will take an oath, accepted thing law and the Church of England. He will then be sat on the historic Coronation chair, also known as the St Edward’s Chair, and be anointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury.