POLL: Should Princess Kate have a starring role at the Coronation?

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The Coronation next week will focus on King Charles III and Queen Camilla but other members of the Royal Family will have responsibilities throughout the ceremony. As heir to the throne, Prince William will have a vital role on the day and is expected to kneel and pledge his allegiance to the Sovereign. His wife Kate, Princess of Wales is set to be a spectator at the occasion with no official role confirmed. But do you think she should have a starring role at the Coronation? Vote in our poll.

Rehearsal documents for the Coronation day and ceremony seen by The Times suggest that Kate will join other working royals in the carriage procession and balcony appearance.

The BBC’s royal correspondent Daniela Relph claimed that Kate is unlikely to be given anything “particularly special” at the Coronation.

She told the podcast Royally Obsessed earlier this month: “We understand there is nothing particularly special for the Princess of Wales…Nothing has been highlighted to us as anything specific that she’ll be doing.”

Dr Tessa Dunlop previously told the Mirror: “History suggests working royals will stand out. In 1953 the Queen’s sister Princess Margaret travelled to the Abbey with the Queen Mother, and they sat in a box overlooking proceedings with a four-year-old Prince Charles squashed between them.

“A similar scenario for the Princess of Wales and her three children is likely – William and his offspring are next in line to the throne and Coronations deliberately emphasise the order of precedence and succession. Like it or not, this state occasion is all about royal hierarchy.”


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Prince George will take on an official role during the Coronation ceremony as one of his grandfather’s four Pages of Honour. The nine-year-old will be tasked with carrying the King’s robes and will form part of the procession through Westminster Abbey.

On Thursday, April 27, the Daily Mirror reported that Princess Anne will take on an official role in the ceremony as the prestigious “Gold-Stick-in-Waiting”, responsible for the personal safety of the Sovereign.

The Princess Royal will travel on horseback as a “personal aide-de-camp” to the King, leading the 6,000-strong military procession behind the Gold State Coach carrying Charles and Camilla back to Buckingham Palace.

So what do YOU think? Should Kate have a starring role at the Coronation? Vote in our poll and leave your thoughts in the comment section below.

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