The festivities for King Charles’ Coronation continue in serious style on Sunday night, when an assortment of A-list acts hit the stage at Windsor Castle.
An audience of over 18 million across all channels tuned into see the new monarch’s big moment on Saturday, when he was crowned at Westminster Abbey, along with wife and now Queen Camilla, in front of a congregation that included senior members of the Royal Family like the Prince and Princess and celebrities including Ant and Dec and Judi Dench.
After the Coronation service, crowds gathered outside Buckingham Palace for the big ‘Balcony Moment’ which saw a fly past from the Red Arrows as Prince Louis stole the show again.
Celebrations for King Charles III’s Coronation continue into next week and the next big event is Sunday’s Coronation Concert, with members of the public snapping up the free tickets for it last month and heading to Windsor Castle early on Sunday to ensure a prime position in the crowd.
Coronation Concert line-up
The Coronation Choir
Lost Without You singer Freya Ridings was also due to perform at Windsor, but it was announced on Friday that she’d been forced to pull out due to illness.
Hugh Bonneville will host the concert itself, while Kirsty Young will anchor the live coverage on BBC One, as Clara Amfo and Jordan Banjo give backstage insights.
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