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Charles's coronation will reflect his desire to be 'the people's King': Refugees, diversity and volunteering to take centre stage during historic three-day extravaganza... but there's 'no place for Harry and Meghan on the Buckingham Palace balcony'

Charles's coronation will celebrate diversity and reflect his desire to be 'the people's

The May coronation of King Charles III will champion refugees, diversity and volunteering but will likely not see Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle join the rest of the family on the balcony at Buckingham Palace, it was revealed last night. The dazzling celebrations are said to reflect Charles' desire to be the 'people's King' and will also give representatives from the Commonwealth and NHS workers a chance to shine, before members of the public are encouraged to spend time volunteering on the nation's extra Bank Holiday. The three-day extravaganza gives Brits an extra bank holiday and tens of thousands of people are expected to line the streets in central London to watch the ceremony. The coronation is scheduled to take place on May 6, followed by a huge concert at Windsor Castle the day after which will focus on showcasing Charles' vision for the Commonwealth. The coronation celebrations are set to be a world away from Queen Elizabeth II's ceremony, with millions of people watching live all around the world. The Government has already launched a consultation on extending pub opening hours throughout the coronation weekend. In a break with tradition, Queen Consort Camilla will be crowned alongside her husband by the Archbishop of Canterbury. 

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Prince Andrew 'assembles £10m war chest to launch legal case against Virginia Giuffre'

 

Prince Andrew 'assembles £10m war chest to launch legal case against accuser Virginia Giuffre' after inheriting 'several million' from the Queen - but US lawyers tell the duke he should 'forget it' and be 'grateful he's not in jail' over Epstein scandal

  • Maxwell, 61, insisted she has no recollection of the pair spending time together
  • Ms Giuffre claimed she was forced to have sex with the Prince when she was 17 

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