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The Coronation of King Charles III will take place on 6th of May 2023, marking a significant milestone in British history. The grand ceremony crowning the new King of Britain will be held at Westminster Abbey. The coronation of King Charles III is an event that will be watched by millions around the world, as people from all walks of life come together to witness a momentous occasion in the history of the British monarchy.
As with all coronations, this event will be steeped in tradition and ceremony, with the monarch taking their solemn oath before the Archbishop of Canterbury. The crown will then be placed on the new King’s head, signifying their ascension to the throne and their responsibility to lead the nation with honor and dignity.
The ceremony will be broadcast live on BBC One and BBC Two, so that people from all corners of the globe can share in the experience and witness history being made. Whether you are a royal enthusiast or simply curious about this unique cultural event, the coronation of King Charles III is sure to be a captivating and unforgettable experience. So Tune in live on TVMucho to witness a moment that will be remembered for generations to come! To watch the Coronation live in full upgrade to a premium membership with get unlimited TV time and 20x 7-day recordings so you’ll never miss the action.
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