Vice-President Jagdeep Dhankhar and his wife, Dr Sudesh Dhankhar, have arrived in London to attend the coronation ceremony of King Charles III at Westminster Abbey. The ceremony, scheduled for Saturday, is set to be a grand affair with an estimated 100 heads of state and government from around the world in attendance.
The Vice President’s Office announced their arrival on Twitter, stating that they were accorded a warm welcome upon their arrival in London. This is a historic event as King Charles III will be crowned as the new monarch of Britain.
The coronation ceremony is expected to be a majestic affair, steeped in tradition and grandeur. The ceremony will include a procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey, where King Charles III will be crowned in a solemn ceremony.
The Vice-President and his wife are among the many dignitaries who have been invited to attend the ceremony. They will be joining heads of state and government from around the world, as well as other notable guests from the worlds of politics, royalty, and entertainment.
The coronation of King Charles III is a significant event for the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. It marks the beginning of a new era for the country and is a symbol of the continuity of the monarchy. The ceremony is expected to be watched by millions of people around the world, as it will be broadcast live on television and online.
The Vice President’s attendance at the coronation ceremony is a reflection of the close ties between India and the United Kingdom. India and the UK have a long history of cultural and economic ties, and the Vice President’s presence at the ceremony underscores the importance of this relationship.