- King Charles III has been monarch for months already
- He has yet to appear on the Palace balcony as King
- The King will make that debut on his Coronation Day
King Charles III ascended the throne following the death of his mother on Sept. 8, 2022.
However, he and his wife Camilla won't be formally crowned King and Queen until the Coronation ceremony.
King Charles will soon step out onto the balcony of Buckingham Palace, as the late Queen Elizabeth II had done hundreds of times.
King Charles will appear on the balcony during his Coronation
His coronation will take place at Westminster Abbey on May 6. After the event inside the Abbey, the King and Queen Consort will appear on the balcony for the first time, formally as rulers of the country.
To mark the occasion, Buckingham Palace announced plans for the Coronation weekend, which will include three days of festivities throughout the week.
The Coronation will take place on Saturday, May 6, and on Sunday the 7th there will be "global music icons and contemporary stars," supported by world orchestras and dancers.
Not only that, but a theme has been chosen for the festivities, "Lighting Up the Nation," where various locations in the UK will be illuminated using projections, lasers, drone shows, and other lighting effects.
On Sunday, the general public will also be invited to share public spaces with their neighbours and other residents.
Finally on Monday, May 8th, there will be an event called "The Big Help Out," where communities will join together and volunteer in support of their local areas in need...
See more in the video above.