King Charles III | Britain’s King Charles III was crowned in a religious ceremony, wearing the crown of St. Edward

AP/PTI Photo London. King Charles III was officially crowned St Edward’s Crown in a historic coronation ceremony on Saturday. Along with him, his wife Camilla was also crowned as Queen. Charles III is officially crowned as King of Britain at Westminster Abbey. However, he is the Maharaja of Britain since September 2022. According to the news of ‘Metro’ newspaper, King Charles III was crowned St. Edward. #KingCharlesIII crowned at the coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London, Britain. (Pics: Reuters) — ANI (@ANI) May 6, 2023 The news states that it has been a tradition for the Maharaja to wear the St. Edward’s crown at the coronation ceremony. It was worn by Queen Elizabeth II, the late mother of King Charles III, during her coronation in June 1953. The Maharaja’s late grandfather, Maharaja George VI, wore it during his coronation in May 1937. This crown is hundreds of years old and dates back to 1661, when it was made for Maharaja Charles II. The Maharaja will also wear the royal royal crown during the coronation. Queen Camilla was crowned Queen Mary, albeit with some changes. (agency)

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