King Charles Will Break Royal Tradition After It’s Revealed Who Will Stand Next to Him at Coronation

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The coronation of Britain’s King Charles III will put the grandchildren of Camilla, the Queen Consort, in the spotlight, according to a new report.

Calling it a “bold move,” the Sunday Times reported that Camilla’s grandchildren will have a prominent role in the May 6 ceremony.

The report said Camilla wants her grandchildren to hold a canopy over her when she is anointed with holy oil. Past ceremonies have used duchesses to do that.

“The queen consort has said she does not want duchesses. She would like it to be her grandchildren,” the Times quoted a royal source it did not name as saying.

Camilla, 75, has five grandchildren. Lola, 15, and Freddy, 13, are the children of her son, Tom Parker Bowles. Eliza, 15, and twins, Louis and Gus, 13, are the children of Camilla’s daughter, Laura Lopes.

Buckingham Palace has said the coronation “will reflect the monarch’s role today and look towards the future, while being rooted in longstanding traditions and pageantry.”

The coronation is also expected to have what the report termed a “significant role” for George, the son of the Prince of Wales and Princess of Wales, who is 9. Under the royal succession, George would become king after his father, William, who would become king after the death of Charles, who is 74.

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