King Charles Coronation | Coronation of King Charles today, ceremony happening after 70 years, expenditure of Rs 1,000 crore
Pic: Twitter/Social Media New Delhi. According to the big news coming from Britain, today i.e. on Saturday, King Charles III and Queen Camilla will be crowned at Westminster Abbey Church at 3:30 pm (Indian time). Please inform that after 70 years this ceremony will be held in the British royal family. Earlier in the year 1953, Queen Elizabeth was crowned. Then she was only 27 years old. At the same time, Charles was 4 years old at that time. The crowd gathering since morning King Charles is currently 74 years old. Today, despite warnings of bad weather, the route through which King’s convoy will go, the crowd has started gathering since morning. Whereas today, during this special coronation, King Charles will be seated on the historic 700-year-old Sand Edward chair. A 12th-century gold spoon and holy oil will also be used for his anointing. Let us tell you that Queen Elizabeth passed away on September 8 last year. Then she was 96 years old. After his death, Charles was proclaimed King of Britain. But there today his coronation will take place. In fact, Queen Elizabeth was also declared Queen after the death of her father King Albert, but her coronation could also take place after about 16 months in June 1953. Expenditure of 1000 crores – Necessity or luxury It is worth mentioning that, today £100 million pounds i.e. about one thousand crore rupees is going to be spent in the coronation of King Charles. But the special thing is that this money has been taken from the pockets of UK taxpayers only. Royal treasury has not been used in this at all. In view of this, many people in Britain are now strongly opposing the coronation ceremony. On the other hand, according to the report of the big newspaper ‘The Guardian’ here, legally there is no need for this ceremony. Although talking about the property of Maharaj Charles, according to the report of ‘The Guardian’, King Charles has personal property worth 75 million pounds i.e. 771 crores in Sandringham.