Sunday, May 19, 2024
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As King Charles prepares to ascend to the throne, preparations for his coronation are well underway. One key element of the coronation ceremony will be the use of the historic St. Edward’s Crown, which has been used for the coronation of every British monarch since the restoration of the monarchy in 1660.

The St. Edward’s Crown, named after the 11th-century English king and saint, is made of solid gold and encrusted with precious jewels. It is a symbol of the monarch’s authority and is an important part of the coronation ceremony. In the lead-up to the coronation, experts are working to ensure that the crown is in pristine condition and ready to be used in the ceremony. It is a complex and time-consuming process, but one that is essential to the traditions of the British monarchy.


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