Everything you need to know about King Charles III's coronation

Everything you need to know about King Charles III's coronation

Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8, and the former Prince of Wales instantly became King Charles III.

Now that the official mourning period is over, the Royal Family is gearing up for King Charles’ big coronation day.

The King and Queen Consort will be crowned at Westminster Abbey on May 6, next year.

The ceremony will be conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

The UK will declare it a bank holiday.

This will happen during a religious ceremony which will be an occasion for celebration and pageantry.

The King and Queen Consort will be anointed, blessed and consecrated.

Charles will still arrive at the Abbey in a gold stagecoach which was built in 1762.

The coronation will be televised but specific details will be available closer to the big day.

King Charles III is the constitutional monarch of sixteen realms of the 53-member Commonwealth of Nations with a net worth of $600 million.