After the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, the British are waiting for the coronation of Charles III. However, a date has not yet been set. The British culture minister wanted to “give the country a break”.
LONDON – After the state funeral for Queen Elizabeth II, there is still no date for the coronation of her son King Charles III. This question must be clarified in peace and of course coordinated with the palace and the monarch, said the British culture minister Michelle Donelan on Tuesday the radio station LBC. The state mourning after the Queen’s death had just ended.
“We want to give the country a break. The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II was a remarkable event that brought the country together,” Donelan said. The same applies to the Queen’s 70th jubilee in June. “That can also stimulate the economy,” said the minister.
Heir to the throne Charles automatically became king when his mother died on September 8th. The 73-year-old has already been officially proclaimed monarch. The coronation ceremony is still to come. Elizabeth II had been King George VI since the death of her father. became Queen on February 6, 1952, but was not crowned until 16 months later on June 2, 1953. dpa