The invitations for the coronation of Charles III have not yet been sent officially, but the organizers of the big concert on May 7 are contacting all the biggest British stars to make the Windsor Castle dance. One group has already said yes, according to the daily newspaper “The Sun”.
Windsor The British will have the right to a real party over three days for the coronation of Charles III. If May 6 will be the most formal day with the ceremony at Westminster Abbey, the next day will be dedicated to the popular celebration with a huge concert at Windsor Castle. An event that will undoubtedly be punctuated with surprises and to which some stars have already said yes, including a cult group of the 90s: the “boy-band”, Take That.
The group with 45 million records sold had everything planned: according to The Sun, they had left an empty space on their tour schedule on May 7, in case they were invited to perform in Windsor. The only problem is that Robbie Williams, one of the original members of the band Take That, will not be on stage, as he does not want to reunite with his bandmates under the name of the band that made him famous. Gary Barlow, Mark Howen Howard Donald, and even Jason Orange are expected to rock the royal family.
A coronation focused on Charles, William and George
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, Charles, could attend, this ceremony will see three generations of kings side by side. As The Express explains on 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.
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