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How King Charles III is scaling back his coronation: report
crowned sovereign of the United Kingdom, King Charles III will finally get his day in the sun.Following her death last month, Charles, 73, became the new monarch and his own coronation is set for May 6, 2023.The date is also the day that his grandson Archie — the son of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle — will turn 4 years old. Queen Elizabeth was ordained as ruler on June 2, 1953, and her coronation was full of pomp and circumstance.However, Charles’ ceremony is reportedly set to be a scaled back and more modernized celebration.“The king has stripped back a lot of the coronation in recognition that the world has changed in the past 70 years,” a source recently divulged to the Mirror.The three-hour service at Westminster Abbey will be pared down to just 60 minutes.As for guests who earned a coveted spot on the invite list, the amount has been chopped down from 8,000 to 2,000.It is expected that peers will wear formal coronation robes, however, the need for the uniform choices may be modified.Operation Golden Orb, which is the code name for the planning of the coronation, was first speculated to be held on June 3.
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James Blunt quips he was ‘ushered to front of queue’ to see Queen lying in state
The pair attended Westminster Hall on Friday where the Queen was lying in state.On social media, The Chase's Mark Labbett retweeted a meme which turned Phillip's WeBuyAnyCar.com advert into WeSkipAnyQueue.com.The presenter has been the face of the brand since 2019 and features in their adverts.A Twitter account with the name Crystal Loves Cat shared the meme online today, alongside the caption: "#QueueForTheQueen #queuejumping #queuejump - not done himself any favours today."However, This Morning has since spoken out in defence of the presenters, explaining that they were working.On Instagram, the show wrote in view of their 2.5 million followers: "Hello everyone, we would like to clarify something."We asked Phillip and Holly to be a part of a film for this Tuesday's programme."They did not jump the queue, have VIP access or file past the Queen lying in state, but instead, were there in a professional capacity as part of the world's media to report on the event."Last week, This Morning dedicated their episodes to the late monarch.On Thursday, September 8, it was confirmed that Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 96.In a statement, Buckingham Palace said the Queen had died "peacefully" at her Balmoral estate, surrounded by her family who flocked to see her that afternoon.King Charles III paid tribute to his "beloved mother" in the wake of her death, adding that her passing was a "moment of the greatest sadness for me and all members of my family”.During a segment last week, Holly told viewers how she took her three children; Chester, Belle and Harry to lay flowers for the Queen in London. The broadcaster shared a picture of herself with her children looking at a number of tributes along with other members of the
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Piers Morgan slams 'disgusting' Charles III heckler ‘His mother died a few days ago!’
TalkTV presenter Piers Morgan slammed those heckling King Charles III yesterday over taxpayers’ money.The journalist suggested that comments were insensitive given the recent death of the monarch’s late mother, Queen Elizabeth II.Piers, 57, took to Twitter yesterday to address the public’s reaction to the new King in view of his 7.9 million followers.He shared a video from Sky News, which showed a man heckling the King as he stopped to greet the crowds gathered in Wales.The clip was captioned: “During his visit to Cardiff today, King Charles was heckled over taxpayers' money.”The man in the video could be heard shouting: “While we struggle to heat our homes, we have to pay for your parade.“The taxpayer pays £100 million for you, and what for?”Above the video, Piers added: “Imagine doing this to a man whose mother died a few days ago? So disgusting.”On Thursday, September 8, it was confirmed the Queen had died at the age of 96.In a statement, Buckingham Palace said the monarch had died "peacefully" at her Balmoral estate, surrounded by close family.King Charles ascended the throne immediately after his “beloved” mother’s death and paid tribute to her, saying that it had been “a moment of the greatest sadness for me and all members of my family”.Piers’ followers took to the comment section to share their views on the subject of heckling, with some sympathising with the man’s complaints despite the timing of the Queen’s death.Smith wrote: “He's right.
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Queen's funeral wish for Prince Philip that Charles 'denied for Princess Diana'
The Queen’s state funeral will be accompanied by all the pomp associated with a great royal state occasion.It will provide a stark contrast to her beloved Prince Philip’s funeral in April 2021, which was conducted with “minimum fuss” in accordance with his wishes, Buckingham Palace said at the time.Despite his 67 years of service at Her Majesty’s side, he was given a ceremonial funeral, not a state funeral, which was attended by just 30 of his closest family and friends due to Covid. READ MORE: Kate Middleton's sweet nod to Princess Diana at Queen's funeral processionThe Queen insisted on honouring Philip's final wishes as best she could given the pandemic, respecting his desire to have a low-key funeral, a wish that she had reportedly expressed for Princess Diana too.Diana died at the age of 36 in an horrific car crash that took not only her life but that of her boyfriend at the time, Dodi Fayed.Diana’s very public funeral has been criticised in recent years, and it has been said the Queen wanted her burial to be a private matter.Instead, Diana's ex-husband, now King Charles, reportedly insisted upon the funeral being a ceremonial event, against Her Majesty’s express wishes.Princess Diana was embalmed in France then taken back to England, where the Royal Family and her brother, Earl Spencer made arrangements for her burial.Operation Tay Bridge, the funeral plan for the Queen Mother, had been rehearsed for 22 years and was used as the basis for Diana's funeral.The event was not a state funeral; instead, it was a royal ceremonial funeral that included royal pageantry and Anglican funeral liturgy.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.
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What will the royal family wear to the Queen's funeral? Uniforms explained
Her Majesty The Queen on September 8, 2022.According to a statement from Buckingham Palace, the Queen died peacefully at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.The Queen's coffin was brought down to London from Edinburgh on September 13.According to the detailed Operation London Bridge plan, she has been transported from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall in the capital, where her coffin will lie in state for four days, starting today (September 14) and concluding on the day of her funeral (September 19).Funeral preparations are now in full swing ahead of September 19, with conversations circulating on what the royal family will wear during their final goodbye to the Queen.Here's everything you need to know about Royal uniforms.The traditional dress during the national mourning period, and all the events that come with it, is a military uniform for working members of the royal family.These mourning period events include the Service of Thanksgiving at St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh, the procession to Westminster Hall, the vigil at Westminster Hall, the state funeral service at Westminster Abbey, and the committal service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.Other attendees will wear black to the funeral as a mark of respect for the late monarch, with royal women likely to wear black veils on the day.Black is the traditional colour to wear for a funeral and the funeral fashion was popularised by Queen Victoria who wore black for 40 years as a mark of respect to her husband Prince Albert, who died in 1861.The Royal Family traditionally wear the colour black for the entire period of mourning, which King Charles III announced will extend to a week after the Queen’s funeral.A statement from Buckingham Palace read: “It is His Majesty The
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Is ‘The Crown’ based on true events? The real stories behind Queen Elizabeth’s most dramatic moments
her death on Thursday.But Emmy-winning Netflix hit “The Crown” has given us some insight into the monarch who has been portrayed in the series by Claire Foy, Olivia Colman and now Imelda Staunton. Still, the show has employed a fair amount of creative license in taking us behind the walls of Buckingham Palace and across the history of the late queen’s reign.In fact, series creator Peter Morgan has admitted that he has “made up” scenes, while one Palace source has accused the show of “trolling on a Hollywood budget.”Still, “The Crown” — which will return in November with its fifth season — had enough respect for the Queen to have a plan in place in the event of her death: The series shut down production for at least a week while filming Season 6, due out in 2023.Until the royal family is back in all of its streaming splendor on “The Crown,” we break down how much was fact versus fiction in reference to Queen Elizabeth II’s most memorable moments.In the third season of “The Crown,” Lord Mountbatten — the Queen’s second cousin once removed, who was also Prince Philip’s maternal uncle affectionately known as “Uncle Dickie” — was approached by a group plotting to depose Prime Minister Harold Wilson.
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