In the parade, soldiers marched around Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace, the royal procession's route to and from the coronation. As part of the coronation preparations, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben Clock Tower and Parliament House in London, where King Charles will be crowned, were illuminated with projected images to commemorate the royal family.
For the ceremony, King Charles will wear a gold robe called the Supertunica, made for King George V in 1911 and used at every coronation since then. Supertunica, which weighs about 2 kilograms, is made with gold embroidery technique and embroidered with spiral threads that take the form of leaf branches. King Charles will also wear a white leather glove for his right hand, on which he holds the scepter of monarchs during his coronation.
World-renowned artists will attend and perform at King Charles's coronation ceremony to be held on May 6. The concerts that are part of the ceremony include names such as Paloma Faith, Steve Winwood, Olly Murs, Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Nicole Scherzinger.
Around 20 thousand people are expected to attend the ceremony, to which world leaders and important political figures are also invited.
Prince Harry, the son of King Charles, who left his royal duties in 2021 and settled in the USA, said that his wife Meghan Markle would not attend the ceremony, but he would. King Charles' coronation coincides with the 4th birthday of Harry and Megan's son, Prince Archie.
On the other hand, Prince William of Wales and his wife Kate, Princess of Wales, as well as other members of the Royal family, as well as King Charles' siblings Princess Anne and Prince Edward are among the names to attend the ceremony.