In three months, specifically on May 6, King Charles III and Camilla Parker will be crowned in a ceremony that will include 3000 attendees. The coronation will take place at Westminster Abbey, and the new king has already announced that he will make significant changes for the family. However, recently, one of these changes came to light, sparking intense debate on social media because it appears that the King does not want to acknowledge much of his mother during his coronation.
King Charles III is prepared to make the necessary adjustments to ensure that he and his wife will be the only subjects of attention for those in attendance and those watching the Coronation via streaming since he does not want to be overshadowed by his late mother.
Charles and Camilla Parker have decided to utilize new ones that they have already had constructed instead of the famous throne that was used on numerous occasions in the family.
King Charles III made a bold decision here because the throne has historical significance and is a cherished family heirloom, but it appears that the monarch preferred the ideas for employing new ones.
Since it is his late mother’s throne, the King’s choice has drawn harsh criticism from the media and from many Britons. However, it is well known that changing thrones is a royal right, thus he can do this without any issues.