London’s Westminster Abbey said visitors will get the chance this summer to follow King Charles’ coronation footsteps, getting access for the first time in living memory to an area sealed off to the public.
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s King Charles III will be crowned at London’s Westminster Abbey next May in a ceremony set to follow the traditional pageantry used for anointing monarchs over the last 1,000 years, Buckingham Palace announced on Tuesday. Charles, 73, automatically became king on the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth last month, but
Prince Harry and singer Elton John are among a group taking legal action against the publisher of the Daily Mail, alleging phone tapping and other breaches of privacy. They are alleging phone-tapping and other breaches of privacy, a law firm representing the group said on Thursday (October 6). The group includes actors Elizabeth Hurley and