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LONDON — The Newest on the coronation of King Charles III:

LONDON — The anti-monarchy group Republic says a number of of its members have been arrested as they ready to protest the coronation of King Charles III.

The group plans to carry placards and chant “Not my king” throughout the monarch’s procession to Westminster Abbey. It says police had been knowledgeable prematurely of its plans.

However on Saturday morning a number of of the group’s members had been stopped close to Trafalgar Sq. and led to police vans.

Others managed to protest alongside the route, wearing yellow and waving placards with slogans together with “king parasite” and “abolish the monarchy.”

Police have mentioned they’ll have have a “low tolerance” for individuals in search of to disrupt the day, sparking criticism that they’re clamping down on free speech.

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LONDON — Crowds are rising outdoors Buckingham Palace and friends are arriving at Westminster Abbey for the coronation of King Charles III.

Individuals who camped in a single day in a single day for a view of the royals awoke to cloudy skies that gave strategy to solar and a few gentle rain.

Followers carrying flags and clad within the colours of the Union Jack had been arriving by practice in London hours earlier than the ceremony that begins when Charles and Camilla, queen consort, depart from the palace in a gilded horse-drawn carriage.

The royal couple will likely be chauffeured on the 1.3-mile (2-kilometer) route via central London to Westminster Abbey for the two-hour ceremony.

The church buzzed with pleasure and was abloom with aromatic flowers and colourful hats. Invited friends streaming into the abbey together with recognizable celebrities reminiscent of Judi Dench, Emma Thompson, Lionel Richie and Nick Cave, and others together with judges in wigs, troopers with gleaming medals connected to pink tunics and members of the Home of Lords of their pink robes.