Monday, May 29, 2023

Would change this tradition that we saw in King Carlos III

It’s been over a week Coronation of King Charles III of England in Westminster Abbey, but still very much in the UK. The moment when Prince William will take over from his father at the head of the British Crown is getting closer. A step forward for which everything still indicates is many years away and that will mark a before and after within the Windsor clan. That’s how the Prince of Wales himself wanted to show it, ready to give up a deeply rooted tradition for the day in which he would wear St Edward’s Crown to represent the royal family supreme.

According to the sunday timesPrince William is set to make significant changes to modernize the fanfare of the coronation ceremony. This is the case of the Homenaje del Pueblo, known as a substitute for the oath taken by King Carlos III, which his eldest son did not seem completely convinced, which is why he refused to kneel before the emperor and leave his Liked to take the oath of faithful service. As for the kind of heir apparent and as he expects all the nobles to be when it’s their turn: “There’s no way he’d do something like that,” a source close to Prince Harry’s brother revealed to the medium. .

However, Prince William has been clear that the changes his father devised are absolutely correct when it comes to cutting costs for the coronation and that he will continue and even improve upon them, because “20 years or whatever” believes that pro-UK changes are likely to be needed to make the festival more attractive than it has been in the recent past. And it is that, if anything particularly worries the son of Diana de Galles, it is the result of surveys carried out on the population of his age, in which 69% answered that they cared “a lot” or “not at all”. did not” “reach the throne of Carlos III. A percentage that if possible increased even more Target between the ages of 18 and 24, reaching 75% and indicating that, unlike his mother, King Carlos is not one of the most beloved sovereigns of his country.

It is clear that Prince William is prepared to do a 180-degree turn to adapt the British Crown to new times. This was demonstrated by himself most recently when, like his father in 1969, he refused to officiate at an anointing ceremony as Prince of Wales, thus cutting expenses so that the monarchy could once again be accessible to the English population. generate a lot of interest among

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