King Charles’ coronation is less than a month away, and more information has been made public regarding the schedule of events and the attire that he and Camilla, who will soon become queen, will don.
The grand procession will begin at Buckingham Palace and end at Westminster Abbey, according to the announcement made by officials on Sunday. The ceremony is scheduled for May 6.
According to a press release from the palace, King Charles and Camilla will ride in the Diamond Jubilee Coach pulled by six Windsor Grey horses to the abbey.
The same carriage used in 2012 to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s 60th year on the throne still stands today.
The procession will pass by Admiralty Arch and run along Parliament Street before arriving at Westminster Abbey, where the coronation service will kick off at 11 a.m. British time (6 a.m. Eastern).
After the coronation is complete, another procession will follow the same route back to Buckingham Palace.
For that, a heavier Gold State Coach will be drawn by eight horses. That carriage has been used at every coronation since 1831.
To wrap up the day’s festivities, the couple will be greeted upon their return to Buckingham Palace with a royal salute by members from the British armed forces and representatives from Commonwealth militaries followed by three cheers from the assembled service personnel.