Buckingham Palace announces date for coronation of Charles III still open
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Buckingham Palace clarified
Date for the coronation of Charles III still open
10/06/2022 09:59 o’clock
Her son Charles has been officially king since the death of Queen Elizabeth II, but he will have to wait a little longer for the crown. Although there is already speculation about the date of his coronation, the palace has now spoken out for the first time and made it clear: no date has yet been set.
The first rumors about the coronation of King Charles III have been circulating for several weeks. Among other things, “Bloomberg” recently reported, citing British officials, that the ceremony for the 73-year-old is set to take place on June 3, 2023. However, a source at Buckingham Palace has now denied the speculation and made it clear that there is no exact date yet.
“Without giving further details, I can assure you that no date has been set or approved and anyone who says otherwise is wrong,” a palace insider told the Daily Mail. “Operation Golden Orb,” as the schedule for Charles’ coronation is called, is in full swing and “a decision and announcement will be made in due course once a final result is available.”
With the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8 at Balmoral Castle, her firstborn, Prince Charles, became the new king after her 70-year reign. At the same time, “Operation Golden Orb” sprang into action. Charles officially took up his post as the new monarch on September 23. On that day, the palace released a photo of the monarch sitting at his desk.