The historic coronation of King Charles III begins on May 6th at 10am BST in the UK at 5am EST / 2am PST in the US Every major UK and US network will have live coverage of the event, which you can watch Directly in the lower built-in player.
The first coronation in seven decades will see Charles and Queen Consort Camilla move the monarch’s procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey. There will then be a service during which the official coronation takes place, starting at 10:20am BST (2:20am PT)
King Charles III will be formally crowned, and his wife, Camilla, will become Queen Camilla during the ceremony. King Charles technically became monarch upon the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, in September, but the coronation — the first in the United Kingdom since 1953 — would make it official. Camilla has been queen consort since the death of Queen Elizabeth II, but she will be called simply Queen Camilla from this weekend onwards.
Later, the newly crowned king and queen will greet the crowds from the balcony of Buckingham Palace for six minutes while dozens of military aircraft fly by. Crowds are expected to line the streets of central London to catch a glimpse of what will be the biggest military ceremonial operation for seven decades, while street parties are planned across the UK. The coronation ceremony will take place the following day, live on the BBC, while Monday is a Bank Holiday in the UK.
who will be there
Tom Cruise, Tom Jones and Joan Collins have been added to the plans for The King’s Coronation and will be pre-recording Messages for the BBC’s Extravaganza. Meanwhile, new doctor who Star Ncuti Gatwa will perform unannounced Shakespearean extracts, and there will be appearances from Amanda Holden, Motsi Mabuse, Rose Ayling-Ellis and Gareth Malone, along with a special appearance from Winnie the Pooh, which follows Paddington Bear’s jubilee surprise.
Media coverage: United kingdom
The BBC has a full package of coverage for the two days planned for the coronation. On 6 May, Celebration Chronicle will be covered on BBC One and the BBC News Channel throughout the day from 7.30am BST (11.30pm PST), with a signed copy on BBC2 and accessible coverage for people who are blind or have a visual impairment. Sight through the red button. Detailed commentary, starting with the atmosphere in the streets of London as the promenades take their positions, will set the scene for the departure of Their Majesties the King and Queen Consort from Buckingham Palace. Reporting will be moderated by BBC News regular Hugh Edwards, who will provide commentary, along with Country Host Anita Rani and Claire Balding, the new faces of UK tennis coverage. Other presenters include Kirsty Young, JJ Chalmers and Sophie Raworth, and radio presenters Mishal Hussain, Martha Kearney and James Notty. Audiences outside the UK will be able to watch on BBC News or listen to the World Service. private Coronation: A Day to Remember Wrapping Light will air at 7pm BST (11am PT).
Presented by Paddington Star Hugh Bonneville and with Clara Ampho and Jordan Banjo backstage, Coronation ceremony the following day (Sunday 7 May) at 8pm GMT (12pm PT) for two hours on BBC One. The party will feature huge names like Take That, Lionel Richie, and Katy Perry. In the midst of the show, the Royal Shakespeare Company will perform an excerpt from Shakespeare’s play, featuring New doctor who Ncuti Gatwa, while he is the hub Lighting the nation The department will see iconic sites across the UK lit up using projections, lasers, potential drone displays and lighting.
ITV will broadcast King Charles III: Coronation From 8.30am GMT (1.30am PT) to 3pm GMT (7am PT). Julie Etchingham and Prince Harry Tom Bradby will oversee the proceedings, which are produced by ITN, the newsmaker for Channel 4 and Channel 5, and Mary Nightingale, Nina Hussain, Charlene White and James Mattes will be based at key locations. The publisher has also featured a series of coronation letters and specials from the morning shows This morningAnd Good Morning Britain (GMB) And Lauren throughout the week leading up to the event. both of them GMB And This morningCoronation specials are available via Britbox International in the US, Australia, South Africa and the Nordic countries. ITN also provides a CNN feed in the United States and multiple European regions via the European Broadcasting Union.
In keeping with its status as the UK’s broadcaster of anarchist youth skews, Channel 4 has scheduled a week of alternative shows to celebrate the coronation. in a documentary Andrew – Prince of Trouble, Emily Maitlis, who interviewed the disgraced prince for his fame Newsnight Schlaking, he will elaborate on the interview that shook the monarchy and the world in November 2019. Meanwhile, Windsor – Coronation Special (Pictured) Harry Enfield will see Harry Enfield reprise his comedic role as King Charles, whose whole life has been building up to this point and who wants the UK’s first coronation in 70 years to be spectacular, as does Queen Camilla (Hayden Gwen). finally, Frankie Boyle’s farewell to the monarchy You’ll shine a light on the royal family in sarcastic and irreverent style by looking back at a 1,000-year-old institution. All shows will be broadcast throughout the week.
Sky News will also show live coverage of the coronation ceremony. sponsored Very Wonderful Starring Joanna Lumley with Alastair Bruce, Kay Burley and Anna Botting, the pay-TV giant’s news operation will feature all-day coverage.
The event will be broadcast in the UK on GB News
Media coverage: we
Starting at 5 a.m. ET on ABC and broadcast live on ABC News Live, coverage will be anchored by Good morning AmericaMichael Strahan and Lara Spencer with Deborah Roberts, Ian Bannell, James Longman, Maggie Rowley, Brett Clinnette, Lama Hassan, Robert Jobson, Victoria Murphy, and others.
CBS Saturday Morning Co-hosts Michelle Miller, Dana Jacobson, and Jeff Glore will be covering the coronation from 5-10 a.m. ET. Also participating are Holly Williams, Mark Phillips, Imtiaz Tayyab, Chris Livesay, Tina Brown and Wesley Kerr. CBS Newspath will provide coverage of the coronation to more than 200 CBS affiliates nationwide and to broadcasters worldwide.
Anderson Cooper will lead the cable network’s live coverage beginning at 5 a.m. ET, with analysis and reporting from Christiane Amanpour and Max Foster. Richard Quest and Julia Chatterley will contribute from CNN Studio London, along with Kate Williams, Emily Nash, Sally Biddle-Smith and Trisha Goddard. Reporters stationed on the path of the coronation motorcade include Bianca Nobilo, Salma Abdelaziz, Matthew Chance, and Anna Stewart. CNN reporters will also provide perspective from Commonwealth countries including India, Australia and Kenya. CNN International will air early coverage of the coronation starting at 1 a.m. ET with Issa Soares, Nada Bashir, Christina MacFarlane, and Anna Stewart.
Fox News Channel
Coverage begins at 5 a.m. ET, led by Martha McCallum, Ainsley Earhardt and Piers Morgan. Greg Palcott, Alex Hall, Benjamin Hall, and Brett Hume will contribute, along with guest commentary by Duncan Lancombe and Chris Andersen. Fox News Digital will feature live updates on Foxnews.com with commentary and insight from longtime royal experts, and Fox News Audio will provide multi-platform coverage with Fox News radio affiliates across the country. Jonathan Savage will provide voiceover.
Savannah Guthrie will anchor the coverage starting at 5 a.m. ET. She will be joined by NBC News correspondents from across the UK including Keir Simmons, Kelly Copella, Molly Hunter and Megan Fitzgerald as well as contributors Wilfred Frost, Daisy McAndrew, Katie Nicholl and Simon Lewis. Today.com and NBCNews.com will air coverage of the network, along with NBC News NOW and TODAY All Day.
Eric Pedersen W Tom Tapp contributed to this report.
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