King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima to coronation

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Willem-Alexander, Máxima, Camilla and Charles at a meeting in 2018
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King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima will attend the coronation of British King Charles in Westminster Abbey in London on May 6, the Government Information Service (RVD) reports. Camilla is also crowned that day, and from then on has the title queen, instead of queen consort.

Princess Beatrix and Princess Amalia are at the reception at Buckingham Palace the night before the coronation.

The formal part of the coronation is traditionally in Westminster Abbey. The royal couple walk in a procession from Buckingham Palace to the church.

After the service, Charles and Camilla appear on the balcony of the palace with other members of the royal family.

There will be a concert at Windsor Castle over the weekend of May 6 and 7, as well as street parties and light shows.

Prince Harry also present

Prince Harry, the youngest son of Charles, is also at the coronation, it was announced last week. His wife Meghan stays at home. Harry’s presence has long been uncertain as relations with his family have deteriorated following his step back from the British royal family in 2020.

Charles, 74, became king in September last year after his mother, Queen Elizabeth, died.

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