May 2023 public holiday: King Charles’ coronation day remains ‘on the table’

With the coronation scheduled for Saturday May 6, Downing Street sources have said The mirror that it is very unlikely.

But when MPs called for Britons to be given an extra day off, Downing Street said: “All options remain on the table.”

Buckingham Place confirmed the coronation date on Tuesday night, saying the ceremony will be “rooted in long-standing traditions and pageantry” but also “reflect the role of the monarch today and look to the future”.

Charles III is anointed with holy oil, receives the orb, coronation ring and scepter, is crowned with the majestic St Edward’s Crown and is blessed during the historic ceremony.

Camilla is also anointed with holy oil and crowned, just like the Queen Mother when she was crowned queen in 1937.

MEPs have called for the existing May 1 bank holiday to be pushed back by a week for a three-day weekend.

Former Tory Cabinet Secretary David Jones told the Daily Mail: “The combination of the two events would be welcomed by the whole nation.

“It would be a very special memory for all of us.” May 2023 public holiday: King Charles’ coronation day remains ‘on the table’

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