• Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8th 
  • Her successor is her eldest son Charles
  • The date of his coronation has been officially confirmed 

Since the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, Charles has already been the new King. However, the official coronation of the monarch is still pending. Recently, Bloomberg reported that June 3, 2023 will be Charles' official coronation day.

King Charles III: The official date of the coronation

Though the palace has spoken and officially announced that King Charles III will be crowned on May 6, 2023. "On Saturday, May 6, 2023, His Majesty will be crowned at Westminster Abbey in London, presided over by the Archbishop of Canterbury," reads the official statement on Twitter.

It's probably no coincidence they chose that date as its Charles' grandson Archie's birthday, Harry and Meghan's son. Thus, the royals have two reasons to celebrate on that day.

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The planning of the coronation will follow a similar structure as in the past. Charles has already announced that he wants to make some changes that correspond to today's age. For example, the ceremony is to take only one hour instead of three hours.

And the guest list has also been shortened. While 8,251 people were guests at the coronation of the Queen in 1953, only 2,000 guests are to be invited in 2023. On May 6, 2023, in addition to King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla will also be crowned during the ceremony.