King Charles’ coronation is thrown into chaos as rehearsal is late and Harry delays

The coronation of King Charles descended into chaos after rehearsals for the historic occasion ran significantly past schedule.

Royal aides and palace staff are working overtime to ensure the historic event runs smoothly to mark the official start of King Charles’ reign. Fears that the coronation could spill over, causing the nation to become extinct, are rife as the countdown to the big day continues.

There are just over three weeks left until Charles is crowned at Westminster Abbey on May 6, as organizers face a race against time to ensure the details are finalized. There has also been a lot of speculation about Prince Harry’s attendance, as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have yet to confirm their attendance.

The presence of the Duke and Duchess is just one of many issues facing palace officials, as royal insiders have revealed a host of “major issues” surrounding the coronation. The Mirror reports that there is a catalog of issues for staff members to address before the big day, including:

The coronation of King Charles will take place on May 6(Photo: 2023 Samir Hussein)

Sources told the publication that the king and queen consort practiced their roles for the day inside a “model abbey” which was specially built inside Buckingham Palace.

Insiders fear Charles could stumble during the coronation after the king reportedly noted how heavy his official robes are. In recent days, master craftsmen have been recruited to build a ramp up to the two throne chairs so that the king has no trouble getting to his seat.

A source pointed out that the indecision between the households had also led to rows over what tiaras royal women would wear. They added: “Senior royal women were only made aware of the outfits this week, prompting a rush to finalize fitting arrangements.”

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