May 6, 2023 will remain engraved in history: Charles III will be crowned king at Westminster Abbey, under the eyes of his son, but also his grandson, George. An exceptional situation that will put Prince George in the spotlight, as explained by “The Mirror”.
Three apples high and already under the spotlight. The little George Wales will live a unique experience for a child of his age. If, like his sister and brother, he will be present at the coronation of his grandfather on May 6, he will focus the attention much more than Charlotte and Louis. Unlike the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, where only one heir could attend, this ceremony will see three generations of kings side by side. Prince George, son of the heir, William, will undoubtedly be the focus of the cameras.
As explained by The Express, this February 24, 2023, the fact that Charles III, and two of his heirs will be together for this exceptional ceremony, is an opportunity for Buckingham to highlight not only the king, but also his successors: “They will want to emphasize the line of succession. So we may see a lot of shots of Charles, William, and George,” says an expert on the newspaper’s website.
Harry and Meghan have not yet made their decision
If King Charles also wants to see his youngest son at the coronation, nothing is certain. And if their answer has not been revealed, it is not the Sussexes‘ fault. According to an article by royal biographer Omid Scobie published on Yahoo, Harry and Meghan are “awaiting their invitation” to the royal event, which falls on the same day as their son Archie’s fourth birthday. Without an invitation, it’s hard to tell if they’ll be there or not. An invitation that, according to Omid Scobie, will indeed be sent to the exiled couple in the United States. But in time. The invitations should be sent “in the spring”. “They are on the list and the organization is already well advanced, in order to ensure that everything will go as well as possible,” says a source close to Westminster. A source who adds that the hope of the British royal family is that things happen “without drama”.
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