The big day is finally here as high-profile guests arrived at Westminster Abbey for King Charles's coronation, including foreign royals, world leaders and more.
Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco were among the first royals to confirm their attendance for the historic occasion in London.
The couple will be joined by a number of royals from households from around the world, including King Carl XVI Gustaf and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, and King Felipe and Queen Letizia.
It comes after the royal family, including the Prince and Princess of Wales, hosted a pre-coronation reception for foreign royals, world leaders and overseas guests at Buckingham Palace.
Heading up the world leaders are Britain's Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, US First Lady, Jill Biden, who represented her husband, President Joe Biden, and Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau.
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Among the notable faces who are on the list are; Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ant and Dec, David and Victoria Beckham and Rowan Atkinson.
In a break from tradition, members of foreign royal families have been invited to the ceremony.
Centuries-old tradition stated that a coronation should be a sacred ceremony between a monarch and their people in the presence of God.
However, Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco were in attendance, along with King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium, King Carl XVI Gustaf and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Dragon King of Bhutan Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and his wife Queen Jetsun Pema Wangchuck.
Crown Prince Fumihito and Crown Princess Kiko of Japan represented Emperor Naruhito at the ceremony.
Crown Princess Mary looked lovely in Soren Le Schmidt Coat Dress and a diamond pleated veiled headband by Jane Taylor.
Musicians Lionel Richie, Kelly Jones of Welsh band Stereophonics and Nick Cave are confirmed guests.
Pop singer Katy Perry will perform at the coronation concert at Windsor Castle on Sunday night.
Also set to attend are; Edward Enninful, Charlotte Mensah, Stella McCartney, Dame Joanna Lumley and Bear Grylls.
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Kensington Palace shared a photograph of the Princess of Wales with US First Lady Jill Biden and Ukraine's First Lady Olena Zelenska at the pre-coronation reception.
The Prime Minister's wife, Akshata Murthy, stunned in a blue Claire Mischevani dress.
Who is on the guest list for King Charles's coronation?
More than 2,200 people are among the congregation at King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla's joint coronation service at Westminster Abbey on 6 May.
Guests include members of the royal family, including the Prince and Princess of Wales and their children, the Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, and the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, and their children, Lady Louise Windsor and the Earl of Wessex.
Camilla's children and grandchildren from her first marriage to Andrew Parker Bowles will also be in attendance, as well as extended members of the King's family.
The congregation will also include international representatives from 203 countries, including approximately 100 Heads of State, alongside community and charity champions.
Here is the full list of who will be seated in the Abbey:
- Members of the Royal Family
- Family members and friends of Their Majesties
- Members of Foreign Royal Families
- Heads of State and Foreign Ministers
- Governors-General and Realm Prime Ministers
- Members of the Government, Parliament and Devolved Administrations, including former Prime Ministers
- Lord-Lieutenants and Lord Provosts
- Representatives from the Church and other faiths
- Representatives from the Defence Services, including serving and former Armed Forces personnel
- Representatives from The King’s patronages, including The Prince’s Trust and The Prince’s Foundation
- Members of the Diplomatic Corps
- Public Service organisations and the emergency services
- Representatives from The Queen Consort’s patronages
- Representatives from the Law
- Nobel Prize Winners
- British Empire Medal recipients
- Representatives from the Realms nominated by the High Commissions
What will happen after the coronation service?
Following the service, the newly-crowned King and Queen Consort will make their way back to Buckingham Palace from Westminster Abbey in the 260-year-old Gold State Coach.
The route will pass through Parliament Square, along Whitehall, around Trafalgar Square, through Admiralty Arch and down The Mall back to Buckingham Palace.
The King and Queen Consort will then receive a royal salute in the Buckingham Palace gardens from the military troops on parade.
They are then expected to appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony alongside working members of the royal family.
What is happening across the coronation weekend?
People are invited to gather for a "coronation big lunch" on Sunday, overseen and organised by the Big Lunch team at the Eden Project.
And on Sunday evening, a star-studded coronation concert will take place at Windsor Castle, with Take That, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie among the performers.
The Big Help Out will take place on Monday 8 May, a bank holiday, which aims to encourage people to help out in their local community.
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