It is 7 meters long, 3.6 meters high, weighs 4 tons and requires 8 horses to pull.
“So it can only be used at a walking pace, which really adds to the majesty and majesty of this great royal procession,” said Sally Goodsar, curator of decorative arts at the Royal Collection Trust.
However, in a documentary that aired in 2018, Elizabeth described the coach journey from Buckingham Palace to the Abbey as “terrifying” and not very comfortable.
As an example of the modern nature of the coronation ceremony, the palace also announced that a new emoji has been unveiled to coincide with the event, based on the historic St. Edward’s crown that will be placed on Charles’ head during the service. .
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