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Important Details You Must Not Miss Ahead of Queen Camilla's Coronation

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By Augustine Mbam - - 5 Mins Read

Queen consort Camilla will soon be crowned with her husband, King Charles III, after the death and burial of Queen Elizabeth II. 

Queen Camilla was born on 17th July 1947 at the King's College Hospital, London. She married King Charles III  in 2005, although she's nearly two years older than the new England King. 

According to a spokesperson from the Palace, King Charles and Queen Camilla's coronation will occur on the 6th of May 2023 at London's Westminster Abbey. 

Coincidentally, the date of the coronation of the new England queen will be on the birthday of their grandson, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. 

The event, which will take place in 2023, will be a historical moment for the United Kingdom. Here is every detail you need about Queen Camilla's coronation. 

Will She Inherit the Title of a Princess? 

The New England queen, Camilla, typically had to take the title of a princess since she was not the one ruling the kingdom. 

However, before her death, Queen Elizabeth II made a rather unusual demand from the royal family. She demanded that Camilla be referred to as a Queen consort. 

According to a reliable source, BAZAAR.com, Camilla will likely maintain the title of a Queen consort rather than the princess title.

What Attire will Queen Camilla wear? 

Camilla, the incoming queen consort of England, has access to thousands of clothing for the upcoming ceremony. 

There's a vast catalog and collection of jewelry and clothes from which Queen Camilla can choose. 

Despite her attire, the chosen one will appear in classy and elegant clothing and a crown.

Will Camilla Wear the Controversial Koh-i-Nûr diamond? 

There has been a debate about the new queen wearing the Koh-i-Nûr diamond during her coronation. 

The Koh-i-Nûr diamond on the queen's crown is an Indian precious stone with a bloody history of colonialism. 

The Queens royal crown with the Koh-i-Nûr diamond

The Koh-i-Nûr diamond is one of the most controversial gems worn by famous rulers. The gem found its way into the British Royal family in the mid-1800s. 

Queen Elizabeth II wore the gem with her crown during her coronation in 1937. Since 

Queen Camilla's coronation is getting nearer, people expect her to wear the gem. 

According to a royal jewelry expert, Lauren Kieshna, Queen Camilla can wear the crown of the late Queen Elizabeth II without putting on the controversial gem.

Who was the Last Queen Consort to be Crowned at Westminster Abbey? 

The late Queen Elizabeth II was the last person crowned Queen consort at Westminster Abbey. 

Queen Elizabeth II was crowned Queen consort during the coronation of King George VI in 1937. 

During that ceremony, she first had the queen's crown with about 2,800 diamonds on her head. According to the Royal Collection Trust, the crown also contained the controversial Koh-i-Nûr diamonds.

Who will be allowed into the Ceremony? 

Of course, the Royal family will attend the coronation of the new England Queen and King. 

Also, world leaders such as the United States president, France, and other countries will attend. Other royalties around the world are also allowed to grace the event.