After the formality, everyone will celebrate, including the king and queen. On May 7, 2023, the day after the coronation, Windsor Castle will be transformed into a festival stage to host a concert event in honor of the monarch. And “The Sun” already knows the name of the first guest star.
The walls of Windsor Castle will shake “all night long” on the evening of May 7, 2023, the day after the coronation of King Charles III. A huge concert has been announced by Buckingham Palace, to say “Hello” to the new king, in the presence of members of the royal family, spectators having been drawn, and an avalanche of stars. On this February 11, 2023, The Sun is able to reveal the name of the first international star who has agreed to take the stage at Windsor Castle: the American Lionel Richie.
The megastar with 100 million records sold worldwide is, in fact, a very good friend of the new monarch, and is even one of the ambassadors of the Prince’s Trust, the foundation of King Charles III. The 73 year old singer of Say you, say me, will be happy to get the 10,000 spectators in attendance moving, in addition to the King and Queen Consort. A proof that the concert will not be 100% British, but that he intends to gather stars from all over the world to celebrate. An American star for a British coronation…a nod to Meghan Markle?
Harry and Meghan, asked to give an answer quickly
The official invitations will be sent out at the end of February, and you won’t have to be picky about responding, because the seats are expensive. The warning is addressed to Prince Harry, who, according to The Express, would be invited to the coronation of his father, but will have to decide quickly. The organization of the arrival of Harry will indeed be very meticulous. “The Sussexes will not have much time to decide on a possible jump across the Atlantic, because the response cards are expected for early April,” explains The Express.
In line of sight for the organizers, the arrival of the Sussex couple, or Prince Harry alone, at Westminster Abbey, and his seat. Harry should not be photographed or filmed too close to his brother, so that their attitude towards each other is not scrutinized and distracts the public from the ceremony. The mission of the brokers will therefore be to avoid exposing the Sussex couple and the Welsh couple together, as much as possible, so as not to provoke comparisons and decryptions.
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