The children of the Prince and Princess of Wales will follow King Charles and Queen Camilla in a carriage after the coronation ceremony on May 6, according to a new report.
The three children of Kate Middleton and Prince William are planning to take part in the carriage ride back to Buckingham Palace following the coronation of their grandfather, King Charles. Writes about it The Times.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will “join their parents” and be “put on display” in a horse-drawn carriage as he leaves Westminster Abbey at the end of the coronation ceremony on May 6.
Kate Middleton and Prince William with children
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The details provided in The Times article are based on a rehearsal document seen by the Times.
According to plans, 74-year-old King Charles and Queen Camilla will be ahead of 40-year-old William and 41-year-old Kate, as well as their children in the procession.
Also in the procession will be other high-ranking members of the royal family – Princess Anne and her husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Lawrence, the new Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, Prince Edward and Sophie, as well as the late Queen Elizabeth’s cousins: the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent and Princess Alexandra .
Focus also wrote why the children of Prince Harry and Megan Archie and Lilibet may not be present at the coronation.
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