King Charles III’s coronation date has caused quite a stir among royal watchers, as it coincides with Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor’s fourth birthday. While it is not yet confirmed whether Prince Harry and Meghan’s children will attend the historic event, sources close to the family have revealed that Archie is keen to celebrate his birthday with his grandpa, The King.
According to insiders, the young boy is fascinated by the palace and often asks his parents about spending time with his royal cousins. However, some have criticized the monarch for “stealing the spotlight” from his grandson, while others have applauded the move as a “lovely gesture.”
Despite the mixed reactions, King Charles III is said to be excited about the prospect of spending time with his grandchildren during his coronation. The Prince of Wales has always been known for his close relationship with his family, and he is said to be particularly fond of his grandchildren.
While some may view the date as a coincidence, others have pointed out that it is actually a homage to the King’s great-grandfather’s ascension to the throne. George V, the founder of the house of Windsor, ascended to the throne on May 6, 1910.
Regardless of the controversy surrounding the date, King Charles III’s coronation is expected to be a historic event, with dignitaries and heads of state from around the world attending the ceremony. The new king and his wife Queen Consort Camilla will be crowned in a traditional ceremony at Westminster Abbey, followed by a parade through the streets of London.