The U.K.'s King Charles III was officially crowned in a ceremony at Westminster Abbey, followed by a large procession.
Britain's first coronation in 70 years is set to begin at 11 a.m. local time or 6 a.m. ET on Saturday. Here's a rundown of the weekend's events and how to watch them.
This weekend's British coronation will be about pomp, history and attempts to reflect diversity.
Saturday is King Charles III's coronation and the British capital is getting ready. Before Charles is coronated, we look back at the ceremonies and festivities when Queen Elizabeth II's was crowned.
King Charles III, who rose to the throne after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II last summer, hopes to revamp the monarchy for a modern and diverse United Kingdom.
From mistress, to duchess, to queen, Camilla's progression reflects that of an evolving British culture and tradition.
The royal family has decided to leave the 105-carat gem out of this weekend's coronation ceremony. The Koh-i-noor has become a focus of anti-colonial anger. India wants it back.
The announcement ended speculation about whether Harry would be welcome after leveling charges of racism and media manipulation at the royal family. Meghan and their children will remain in the U.S.
The invitation to King Charles' May coronation refers to his wife as Queen Camilla, dropping the word 'consort.' Royal experts unpack the significance of the title and the history behind it.
The board members picked by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to oversee development around Walt Disney World announced on Tuesday that they didn't quite have the power they thought they had.
Workers already refused to roll out the red carpet for the British monarch's arrival, originally scheduled for Sunday. The French are protesting a decision to raise the retirement age to 64 from 62.
People gathered on Monday morning at the monument gifted to the city of Atlanta by the former Prince of Wales, now King Charles III, to see a broadcast of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral.
World leaders and members of the public, including national health workers, are invited to pay tribute to the United Kingdom's longest-reigning monarch.
GPB will bring live special coverage on Monday, Sept. 19 starting at 5:51 AM EST on radio and 3:00 AM EST on television.
A woman was arrested at St. Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh on Sunday; in London, a protester holding a sign reading "Not my king" was led away by a group of uniformed officers.