Celebrating The Coronation Of King Charles III In Pakistan

King Charles III, a man who waited almost 74 years to become King, was crowned Saturday at Westminster Abbey with all the pomp and pageantry Britain could muster.


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Outside the abbey, thousands of troops, tens of thousands of spectators, and a smattering of protesters converged in the rain along The Mall, the grand avenue to Buckingham Palace in central London, to see Charles and Camilla, the Queen Consort, as they made the two-kilometer journey to the church in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach.


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Charles took an oath during the coronation service to govern the people of the United Kingdom with “justice and mercy.”

Based on Pakistan’s amiable relations with the Commonwealth and monarchy, a coronation celebration was also held in Islamabad in celebration of the King’s much-awaited crowning.

Sunday Times had the exclusive honor of attending the prestigious event, among many noted dignitaries, ambassadors and other prominent figures from the political and media world, who were also in attendance!

A curated menu was immaculately prepared and served to guests! The highlight of the evening was the glorious cake cutting ceremony!

Guests also enjoyed a Live performance by Natasha Noorani who enthralled the audience with her musical talent!

A very informative speech was made by  Andrew Dalgeish where he announced the importance of educating and equipping the youth in Pakistan with skills and platforms to acquire talent.

He also announced the opening of the football academy here in Pakistan to enable young people to have access to International and global sports and educational facilities.

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