King Charles and Queen Camilla’s coronation is inching closer. On May 6, the world will see history being made. Naturally, for this historic event, all eyes are on the guest list, as well as the various roles that each member of the Royal Family will be given.
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We already know that Prince George will be one of King Charles’ four Pages of Honours. We also know that non-working Royal like Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie won’t have roles for the big day.
As of now, it is still uncertain what role the heir to the throne, Prince William, will have during the ceremony. It has also not been announced whether Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, will attend the ceremony.
Small details about King Charles' coronation
Some details about the coronation, which will take place in London, have already become known. Among other things, it is already known that US President Joe Biden will not be present, but his wife Jill will be.
It is also known who will be the Pages of Honour, a topic that has already caused displeasure among the British population. Several of the children from Queen Camilla's family will be her Pages of Honour, while King Charles only has one member of his family, Prince George.
Will Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis attend King Charles' coronation?
Many are wondering why Princess Charlotte wasn't made a Page of Honour. This role is reserved for boys. But what about young Prince Louis?
On April 23, Prince William and Princess Kate's youngest child will be five years old, so he is still quite young, making it hard for him to be a Page of Honour, as it is a very important role. This has led people to question whether or not Prince Louis will attend the coronation.
The possible reason why Prince Louis may not attend the coronation
Page Six quotes an insider who says that Prince Louis' presence at the coronation ceremony is not yet confirmed. He also wants to know the reason why the Prince and Princess of Wales have not yet decided.
According to sources, Prince Louis' cheeky behaviour is said to be the reason why the young Prince may have to stay home. Many Royal fans will likely remember the antics Prince Louis got up to during Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee. Even though it is normal for a child to behave as such, during a coronation that behaviour could cause problems as it is a much more serious event.
Prince William and Princess Kate haven't decided yet
According to a spokesperson for Kensington Palace, it is said that the Prince and Princess of Wales have not yet made a decision on whether or not little Louis will be allowed to come along. Page Six quotes as follows:
The Prince and Princess of Wales will make a decision on Prince Louis’ attendance closer to the time
This article was translated from Ohmymag DE.
Page Six: 'Prince Louis may not attend King Charles’ coronation due to past antics'