The King is reportedly planning a “less expensive” coronation ceremony than his mother’s and a “slimmed down” working monarchy as an acknowledgement of Britain’s cost-of-living crisis.

The Daily Mirror quotes a royal supply as saying the brand new monarch’s coronation can be “shorter, smaller and less expensive” than the Queen’s ceremony in 1953.

The supply told the paper: “The King is very aware of the struggles felt by modern Britons so will see his wishes carried through that although his coronation ceremony should stay right and true to the long held traditions of the past, it should also be representative of a monarchy in a modern world.”

A date for the ceremony has not but been introduced, however May and June 2023 are potentialities.

The paper was additionally told Charles had “long been an advocate of a streamlined or slimmed down monarchy” and may scale back the number of working royals.

“He has already spoken of his wish to continue his mother’s legacy and this includes continuing to recognise what the people are experiencing day by day,” the royal supply added.

The transfer has robust public assist, in accordance to a ballot commissioned by the Daily Express.

Some 65% of survey individuals backed the concept, with solely 7% opposed.

The Queen’s loss of life marks an enormous second of transition for members of the royal family as they tackle new roles, titles and tasks.

The Express studies the number of working royals might be lower to seven, which it said would seemingly be the King, Queen Consort, Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge, the Princess Royal, and the Earl and Countess of Wessex.

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