Coronation of King Charles III, official invitation to the May 6 ceremony revealed

The Royal family has published the official invitation to King Charles’ coronation ceremony on May 6 on social media. The lavishly illustrated invitation was sent out to some 2,000 guests. The title page reads “King Charles III and Queen Camilla” therefore, the date of the coronation, marks the end of the title of “Queen Consort” for Parker Bowles. Camilla’s grandchildren will also be pages at Westminster Abbey, along with the king’s nephew, Prince George. At next month’s coronation, Camilla will be crowned alongside the king, 18 years after their wedding. The King, strong in his environmental campaigns, wanted to enrich the invitation with the folkloric figure of the “green man”, with outlines made of ivy, hawthorn and oak leaves.

The unknown factor on the presence of the Dukes of Sussex

According to Buckingham Palace “the green man” represents a symbol of spring and rebirth celebrating a new reign. Illustrator Andrew Jamieson’s design also includes images of the natural world, including wildflowers, birds and insects, as well as national and heraldic emblems. Roles have been given to the children of friends and relatives for the ceremony, with eight “pages of honour” announced to take part in the ceremony. But with the coronation fast approaching, it is still unclear whether the invitation will be accepted by the prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. A spokesperson for the California couple said this week that there has been no update on their participation.