there is nothing left for the Coronation of Carlos III next Saturday, May 6, that is why there are few details that are not known about the solemn act that will take place in Westminster Abbey in London. 2,000 guests will witness this historic moment, for which the throne has already been chosen where the son of Elizabeth II will be crowned.
The chair chosen for the moment in which Carlos III is crowned as King of the United Kingdom has more 700 years of history. It is a jewel from the year 1308 and is the same one in which Queen Elizabeth II was crowned 70 years ago. It is called “San Eduardo’s chair” and consists of a second room in which the queen consort Camilla Parker Bowles will sit.
As Buckingham Palace has announced, these are two priceless relics, considered “the chairs of state”. They are already being restored to look perfect on the big day through sponges and other specialized products by restorer Kristia Blessley, who considers this mission “a real privilege”.
“It is very important for the history of our country and in the history of the monarchy and It’s really unique as a curator to work on something that’s still used for the original function it was made for.” the restorer has confessed exclusively for the ‘Daily Mail’.
This will not be the only aspect in which the British Royal House would have opted for “recycling” and in which they leave evidence of their eagerness to convey a concern for waste since Camilla is not expected to debut a new outfit and neither crown, since it will carry the same one with which Queen Elizabeth was crowned in her day.
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