Even if you aren’t a royal follower, it’s exciting to see the pomp and circumstance that’s happening across the pond. The festivities start bright and early for the USA royal watchers with a 6 am call time. But the memes? Well, those are already flying. Here are some of the best King Charles Coronation Day memes. Long live the King!
About King Charles’s Coronation Day
King Charles III, also known as Prince Charles, is the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and the heir to the British throne.
He was born on November 14, 1948.
Coronation Day is one of the most significant events in the British monarchy, steeped in tradition and symbolism. It’s the day when the new monarch is officially crowned and begins their reign.
King Charles’s coronation is set to take place on May 6th, 2023, at Westminster Abbey, the same location where many of his predecessors were crowned.
The coronation ceremony itself is a spectacle to behold, featuring a procession of royal dignitaries, religious officials, and military personnel.
The centerpiece of the ceremony is the actual crowning of the king, which is done with the Crown of St. Edward, a gold crown adorned with jewels and pearls.
But the coronation isn’t just about the pomp and circumstance. It’s also an opportunity for the new king to set the tone for his reign and make a statement about his vision for the future of the monarchy.
King Charles has already indicated that he plans to focus on issues such as the environment, sustainable living, and mental health, and it will be interesting to see how these themes play out in his coronation address.
But you’re here for the funny King Charles coronation day memes. So here they are!
King Charles Coronation Day Memes
There’ve been a few memes circulating since the death of Queen Elizabeth.
Most recently, the memes featuring Diana’s revenge via crappy weather.
And of course, no King Charles coronation day meme would be complete without a dig at the Dutchess of Sussex Meghan, a note about Queen Consort Camilla’s history, and well, Charles’s ears.
And then there’s sweet, sweet Paddington…
And while everyone is distracted on May the 6th… ooof.
Whether you’re a die-hard royalist or not, there’s no denying that King Charles’s Coronation Day on May 6th, 2023, is a day that will be talked about for generations to come.
So mark your calendars, tune in to the live coverage, and witness history in the making.
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