King Charles III Crowned King In Century’s Old Traditions

King Charles III has been crowned at Westminster Abbey in a grand ceremony that upheld centuries-old traditions.

During the ceremony, King Charles was given the bejeweled St. Edward’s Crown which represents the start of his reign.

The coronation comes at a time when the monarchy is numerous strives to stay relevant in a fractured modern Britain.

The ceremony portrayed the rich history and traditions of the monarchy, while also highlighting its ability to adapt to changing times.

It is first coronation there since that of Charles’ mother, Queen Elizabeth II, back in 1953.

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