More of 2000 guests have attended the coronation of Carlos III, among them, heads of state and other leaders, representatives of the royal houses, not only of Europe, and artists. In this act, elements loaded with symbolism have been introduced, such as the presence for the first time of other monarchs, who have not been able to attend on other occasions. Thus, among the guests were the reyes of Spain, Felipe VI and Letizia.
In addition, for the first time, after the funeral for Elizabeth II, Prince Harry He has set foot in London again to attend the ceremony, relegated to a third row. Aware that any of his gestures is analyzed with a magnifying glass, he has not arrived alone. He has done it accompanied by his cousins, Beatriz and Eugenia, daughters of the other uncomfortable royal, Prince Andrés, dressed in a cape, removed from the Royal House due to a sexual abuse scandal. The great absent has been Meghan MarkeHe, who has stayed in California. The official version says that his firstborn is just 4 years old this Saturday.
Westminster, a great showcase of monarchies
Westminster has been a great showcase of the monarchies World Cups, decked out for the occasion. Queen Letizia, in pink, signature of Carolina Herrera, with a headdress as she commands the label; King Felipe, in the uniform of a great captain of the Army.
Here is also the political power of half a planet with more than 100 presidentsamong them, the most similar to a king without a crown, the French president Emmanuel Macron.
There have also been notable absences, Joe Biden was not there, his wife Jill has represented him, although it is not a slight. The reason is historical: no American president has ever attended the coronation of a British sovereign.
In the country of Brexit, today the European Union, with their highest authorities. Also Olena Zelenska and, of course, the representatives of the Commonwealth, the great parade of countries where Carlos III is also head of state. With five prime ministers in just six years, a moment of traffic jam upon the arrival of the former tenants of Downing Street, from the most recent to their predecessors, such as John Major.
Neither do the famous have wanted to miss the first coronation of a monarch in 70 years: Emma Thompson, Lionel Ritchie, Katie Perry, Nick Cave.
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