Charles III Crowned King At First UK Coronation In 70 Years
Charles III was crowned king on Saturday, the first coronation in the United Kingdom since 1953.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, put the solid gold St Edward's Crown on Charles' head at 12:02 p.m. as a sacred and ancient emblem of the monarch's authority.

At the culmination of the solemn ecclesiastical confirmation of his ascension, cries of "God Save the King" broke out from the 2,300-strong congregation at Westminster Abbey, and trumpet fanfares sounded.

King Charles’ wife Camilla crowned Queen
Camilla, the wife of King Charles III, was crowned Saturday in Westminster Abbey, completing her official transformation from Royal Mistress to "Queen Consort" to Queen in her own right.

Camilla, 75, was crowned by Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby just seconds after Charles was anointed King of the United Kingdom and 14 other Commonwealth states.

King Charles III Takes Oath Of Office
King Charles III during his coronation at London’s Westminster Abbey today took an oath to govern the people with justice and mercy.

The Royal Family shared a picture on its Twitter page with the caption, "His Majesty swears to govern the people with justice and mercy and to uphold the Anglican Church of England and the Presbyterian Church of Scotland. For the first time at a #Coronation, His Majesty also prays for grace to be ‘a blessing to all… of every faith and belief’."

Charles ascended the British throne on September 8, 2022, after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.


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