King Charles, who will ascend the throne after the death of Queen Elizabeth, will be crowned today.

The coronation of Queen Elizabeth will take place in England for the first time in 70 years. It was curious which world leaders would be attending the ceremony and when the ceremony would take place on this big day that England was looking forward to.

Last September, his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. After Elizabeth’s death, King Charles officially becomes king.

King Charles and his wife Camilla will be crowned today at the historic church of Westminster Abbey in London.

The ceremony will be officiated by the Archbishop of Canterbury. The coronation has been presided over by the Archbishop of Canterbury since 1066.

The king’s coronation will be broadcast live on TV screens.

Born on November 14, 1948, King Charles became King of England after the death of his mother. However, today’s coronation will be a symbolic celebration of the king’s new reign.

King Charles, who will be 74 at the time of his coronation, will become the oldest crowned monarch.

King Charles said he wanted his coronation to be as short as possible.

The coronation ceremony of his mother, Queen Elizabeth, lasted 3 hours, while that of King Charles is believed to have taken much less time.

World leaders and important political figures will also be among the guests who will take part in the coronation ceremony.

The ceremony will be attended by British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, as well as ministers and some members of the House of Lords, as well as former British Prime Ministers such as Liz Truss and Tony Blair, and Scottish Regional Prime Minister Hamza Yusuf.

US President Joe Biden will not be able to attend the coronation ceremony, but his wife Jill Biden will attend on behalf of her country.

French President Emmanuel Macron, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, New Zealand Prime Minister Chris Hipkins and European Union (EU) Commission President Ursula von der Leyen are among the politicians who will attend the ceremony, which will take place at Westminster Abbey Church.

Turkey will be represented at the ceremony by Vice President Fuat Oktay.

The ceremony is expected to be attended by religious leaders and representatives from across the Commonwealth of Nations.

Among the foreign royals who will arrive in the capital London to attend the coronation ceremony of King Charles on May 6, Prince Albert of Monaco and his wife Princess Charlene, King Felipe VI of Spain and his wife Queen Letizia, Crown Prince Akishno of Japan and his wife Princess Kiko portray King of Sweden Carl 16th Gustav.

Prince William of Wales and his wife Kate, Princess of Wales, as well as King Charles’s two brothers, Princess Anne and Prince Edward, will be at the forefront of the ceremony.

Prince Harry, the son of King Charles, who settled in the United States, confirmed that he would attend the ceremony, but his wife Meghan did not. The coronation of King Charles of England coincides with the 4th birthday of Prince Archie, son of Harry and Meghan.

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