A Buckingham Palace spokesperson confirmed the King and Queen’s absence from the Big Help Out, saying other members of the Royal Family will be attending instead.
A palace spokesperson said: “While wholly supportive of the Big Help Out initiatives taking place right across Britain on Monday May 8, [the King and Queen] will not be attending any events in-person. These will instead be attended by other members of the royal family.”
It has also been reported that Charles opted to head to Highgrove on Saturday after the day’s festivities came to an end, as he found Windsor far too “noisy” with preparations and rehearsals for Sunday’s Coronation Concert taking place.
The monarch travelled to his rural residence in Gloucestershire after being crowned on Saturday, but it is not currently known if Camilla joined him.
According to MailOnline, Camilla did also leave London after the Coronation ceremony.
The King and Queen were both crowned on Saturday 6 May in an historic ceremony at Westminster Abbey, led by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Over 2,000 guests watched King Charles being crowned, with over 20 million Brits tuning in to watch live coverage of the event on TV.
Celebrations continued on Sunday with the star-studded Coronation Concert, which was attended by 20,000 people including many members of the Royal Family.
Stars such as Katy Perry and Lionel Richie took to the stage to perform for guests, with the Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince Andrew, Sara Ferguson, Zara Tindall and Mike Tindall among those in attendance.
The Big Help Out volunteering event marks the final day of the Coronation celebrations on Monday 8 May.
The Big Help Out day is organised by The Together Coalition and partners such as The Scouts, the Royal Voluntary Service and faith groups from across the United Kingdom. It will highlight the positive impact volunteering has on communities and will encourage people to try volunteering for themselves to create a lasting legacy.
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