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Expert Believes the Royal Family Will “Hit the Ground Running” After Historic Coronation Event

The imminent coronation of King Charles, an event of historic proportions, has sparked fervent speculation as to the Royal Family’s post-ceremony plans. As millions worldwide anticipate the crowning of the new king on May 6, many wonder how the family will cope with the inevitable fallout from this momentous occasion. According to Russell Myers, the Royals will be eager to ‘hit the ground running’ and get back to their regular duties. Myers believes that, following the drama and scandal that has plagued the family in recent years, Charles, Camilla, William, and Kate will need to step up and lead from the front, taking inspiration from the late Queen’s dedication to duty above all else.

As soon as the dust has settled, Charles and Camilla, supported by William and Kate, will need to prepare for the next stage of the King’s reign. The monarchy, already slimmed down due to the retirement of elder statesmen and women, will require even further collaboration. Amidst questions about the monarchy’s relevance in the modern age, Charles must hope that the next few years of his reign run smoother than the last of the late Queen’s.

“The coronation, the first to take place on a weekend since Edward VII’s in 1902, will be held at Westminster Abbey and conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury. The King’s procession is expected to start around 2 pm, following the ceremony at 11 am.

Myers predicts that many in the country are looking forward to witnessing their first coronation, calling it ‘almost the stuff of myth and fairytales.’ However, as the great and the good of the world converge for this once-in-a-generation event, concerns remain about who will foot the bill for this extravagant affair.”