King Charles’s coronation will be very different from Queen Elizabeth’s 1957 celebration due to the economy

King Charles will finally have his coronation ceremony in May 6th and it has been said to be frugal as the country is going through a severe recession and it would not look good for the crown to be splurging on ceremonies.

Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby will the one in charge of the ceremony

The three-day celebration will start at Westminster Abbey and a “solemn religious service” will take place where the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby will the one in charge of the ceremony.

The people will later have an opportunity to make a line outside Buckingham Palace and “[T]he (coronation) Service will reflect the Monarch’s role today and look towards the future while being rooted in longstanding traditions and pageantry.”

On Sunday, a massive concert will occur at Windsor Castle while a massive lunch that will be shared with the rest of the United Kingdom to unite the countries.

Coming Monday, everyone will have the day off as part of the celebration

Monday will be a holiday across the kingdom and there will be a charity service to the public as a sign of support and caring for their well-being.

There is a looming situation and that is the presence of Prince Harry as it seems that he is invited but some claim that he is not really welcomed to the celebration after the media tour he did for the release of his book “Spare”.