Editorial Staff
10 months ago

Editorial Staff
10 months ago

Blair organize mass in Monaco to commemorate coronation of King Charles III

The Honorary Consul of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland in the

Principality of Monaco Eric Blair organized a mass on Sunday, to commemorate the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III of England

The event was held one day after the official coronation ceremony of King Charles, where more than 2,000 invited guests were present including many high-profile royals as well.

The Mass took place in the Anglican Church of St. Paul in Monaco in the presence of several dignitaries including H.E. Pierre Dartout, Minister of State, Isabelle Berro-Amadei -Amadeï, Government Councillor – Minister of External Relations and Cooperation, Marc Lecourt, President of the British Association of Monaco. Marc Lecourt, President of the A.C.H.M. and Honorary Consul General of Slovenia in Monaco,

Parish priest Father Hugh Bearne presided over the mass.

Other C.H.M.A. members present included: Sir Stélios Hajji-Ioanou, Honorary Consul General of Cyprus in Monaco, Marco Garavaglia, Honorary Consul General of Antigua and Barbuda, as representative of one of the countries of the Commonwealth

In a ceremony of pageantry, pomp, and flair, hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets of London on Saturday to witness the coronation of Britain’s King Charles III

The ceremony included ninety heads of state, including kings and queens from around the world. 203 countries were also represented.

Charles, now 74 years old, officially became king following the death of his mother on September 8 last year.

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