King Charles III and Queen Camilla were crowned on May 6, but the royal couple are preparing to hold a second ceremony in Scotland in July. writes about it To express.
“The second coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla will take place despite the ongoing financial instability in light of the current rising cost of living,” the Express writes.
Charles III and Camilla will be crowned and presented with honorary degrees in a private ceremony in Scotland. This event is scheduled to take place in the first week of July.
Historic Environment Scotland has sent thousands of its members an email alert that Edinburgh Castle will be closed to the public on July 5 due to “anticipated ceremonial events”.
It was also noted that the Throne Room in the castle, where the world’s oldest royal jewels are kept, will be closed between 4-6 July. Buckingham Palace has also announced that the King will be in Edinburgh on the 4th of July and will hold a garden party at Holyroodhouse Palace.
Operation Golden Ball, codenamed for all coronations, is estimated to cost a total of £100m, with a large portion believed to have been spent on security that day.
Formerly socialbites.ca knowledgeablePrincess Anne’s son-in-law complained of a bad seat at Charles III’s coronation.
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