Skinny coronation plans revealed
The telegraph Reports Members of the royal family have been advised to get rid of the “old”, “feudal” and “imperial” aspects before the coronation, which is scheduled to take place on May 6 next year and is codenamed “Operation Golden Orb”. After the religious coronation, there may be a civil ceremony “as a project” to recognize the new king outside the religious umbrella.
William and Kate Middleton are likely to play a role in the ceremony to be held in front of 2,000 guests at Westminster Abbey, a massive reduction for the 8,000 people crammed into for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth.
The telegraph He says there is still no “clarity” about the role of Prince Harry. The Daily Beast previously reported that sources said Harry They will not be invited If he continues to publicly attack the royal establishment, Charles or Queen Camilla.
Camilla will be crowned queen alongside King Charles. The recommendations are contained in a report seen by the paper. Dr Bob Harris, from the Constitution Unit at the University of California, was quoted as saying: “The UK no longer has the capacity to set up anything like this spectacle. [Queen Elizabeth’s coronation]Nor should she do that in bad times.
“The next coronation will inevitably be smaller. Old elements such as the Court of Claims can be dropped. So the honoring and reflection should be made on how to enable the King as head of the nation early in the rule to signify the support and encouragement of modern civil society.”
the crown Diana’s funeral
The mail on sunday very angry the crown She does her job filming royal history, and filming scenes that replay Princess Diana’s funeral. The grumpy report this time can’t say this incident didn’t happen, so he’s instead angry because it’s being recreated — “terrible staging,” he says MailWhile the stranger transcends his anger to display a huge photo for the shoot, the figures of Prince William and Prince Philip are shown walking behind the coffin.
The viewer will appear in the sixth and final season of the show, whose fifth season begins on November 9, which there has already been a lot of anger about. Scenes are made upproprietary sources and authors beat on Mail About how “cruel” and terrible it the crownDrama, you should do such a thing.
Perhaps the real reason for royal nerves is that season five will focus on the terrible breakdown of Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s marriage. The palace is furious that these skeletons are being resurrected once the king’s reign begins.
King Charles is planning the biggest royal tour ever
That thing about King Charles planning to showcase a humble royal family more in tune with tough times? forget that. The Mirror Reports That Charles has gone to Mariah Carey, and is planning the biggest world royal tour in history to usher in his reign, visiting Australia, New Zealand and several Caribbean Commonwealth countries.
This would be a very lonely kind of rock star it seems. Camila will be left “to attend her personal projects at home”. Let’s hope Charles gets ‘Everything I Want for Christmas’ to wow the crowd.
Royal sources said a two-year world tour would introduce Charles to the world (really, don’t people know who he is now?), and “extend a hand of friendship and support”. The Mirror. Australia and Canada are at the top of Charles’ list.
The world tour, of course, aims to protect the waning influence of the royal family in all of these places, where republicanism and anti-royal sentiment are expected to flourish even more vibrantly after the death of Queen Elizabeth. Prince William and Kate Middleton experienced this firsthand on their Caribbean tour, and so Charles is undoubtedly hopeful that a great tour will bring something of a reset.
However, many countries want to sever their royal links and complete independence. What could Charles sell to counter this? His tour of Australia may evoke some other memories. When he visited her after marrying Diana, the cheers of the crowd made it clear that they had come to see her, not to see him. The solo trip he’s taking now isn’t just a political one, but a personal one. The new king finally wants it all to be about him.
A royal source said The Mirror: “The King and his family are eager to move on in these crucial first few months and years of his reign. He certainly wants to carry on the well-established mantra of his late mother of being believed, and is very eager to get out and meet as many people as possible.”
William and Kate will also be dragged into this wave and Athon’s smile, making some high profile trips, including to the US next month.
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The Windsor family owns plenty of prime real estate – but it now looks like Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace could remain empty of royal residents for years to come. King Charles has made it clear that he and Camilla have no intention of ever moving from the luxurious surroundings of Clarence House to corporate BP, and they have been given significant cover for this decision by the fact that the Big House is undergoing a major renovation, and the works will not be finished Until at least 2027 and more realistically 2028 – when Charles turns 80.
The Sun reports that Windsor Castle is also without a tenant as William and Kate seem to have turned down at the moment, saying they are very happy with the four-bedroom Adelaide Cottage they moved into this summer.
Expect castles to be widely opened to the public.
Send congratulations 100The tenth A centenarian Christmas card is a beloved British tradition. It was initiated by King George V in 1917 when the letter reads, perhaps ominously: “His Majesty may he bestow upon you the blessings of good health and prosperity during the remainder of your days.”
Buckingham Palace has announced that King Charles is now ready to continue the tradition, and the first cards were sent out last week. The The Daily Mail has seen one Reports suggest that the most upbeat message from Charles (and Camilla – both pictured on the card) reads: “My wife and I are very happy to know that you celebrated your 100th birthday. This sends our warmest congratulations and best wishes on this special occasion.”
This week in royal history
On October 24, 1537, Jane Seymour, third wife of Henry VIII, died of complications from childbirth at Hampton Court Palace, giving us another opportunity to remind you, wherever you are reading this, to find your nearest performance sixbook tickets immediately.
King Charles may be planning a world tour, but how happy is the world to see him? What will the public finally see in the royal palaces if members of the royal family leave them empty?
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