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King Charles’ coronation will focus on second in line to throne Prince George


Prince George could attract attention at the upcoming coronation of King Charles III which will take place on Saturday May 6, 2023 at Westminster Abbey in London.

Dr Tessa Dunlop predicted the roles of the royals at the coronation, who appeared in the latest episode of the Daily Mail’s Palace Confidential series alongside newspaper editor Richard Eden.

According to Dr Dunlop, all working members of the Royal Family are expected to be present at the ceremony, the focus will be on the young prince, followed by his grandfather and father.

“[They] I want to keep him focused on that line of succession,” the expert explained. “So we’re going to see a lot of camera shots of Charles, of William, of George.”

The expert also compared Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in June 1953, where her heir was honoured.

King Charles – who was five at the time – sat between the Queen Mother and her aunt Princess Margaret to make him as visible as possible.

According to the outlet, Charles wants his coronation to set the tone for a streamlined, modern monarchy, while retaining some of the pomp and majesty that stunned the world at the state’s bequest and funeral ceremonies. queen.

Dr Dunlop’s comments on Prince George’s role in the coronation come amid weeks of growing speculation over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s attendance.

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