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Who is attending King Charles III’s coronation? Here are all the guests as they arrive!

See who is set to attend the historic occasion, with live updates as the famous friends, family and dignitaries arrive.
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It’s the moment royal enthusiasts have all been waiting for: the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla.

Charles and Camilla will be crowned in Westminster Abbey on Saturday May 6, 2023.

It’s the same place every British monarch has been crowned for over 900 years. The last coronation was held in June 1953, when Charles’ mother, Queen Elizabeth II, became the reigning monarch.

That means for many royal watchers, and Charles’ esteemed guests, seeing the coronation on television this weekend is a once in a lifetime experience.

King Charles III will be crowned on Saturday May 6, 2023.

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From Australia, the Hon Julie Bishop attended alongside Tayla Green-Aldridge – a proud Wiradjuri and Yuin woman and graduate of the Prince’s Trust Australia ‘Get Into Maritime’ program.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese was also in attendance, following private meetings with King Charles III and Prince William in recent days.

“It was a pleasure to meet King Charles III again at Buckingham Palace, and an honour to represent Australia at his coronation,” tweeted Albanese.

During their meeting, Albanese extended a formal invite for the new King to visit Australia.

2000 guests received this official invitation to the coronation.

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Of course, among the most notable guests were members of the British royal family.

Prince Harry made another highly-anticipated return to the UK to celebrate his father’s coronation. His wife, Duchess Meghan, and children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, did not attend..

Prince William and Princess Catherine have been heavily involved in pre-coronation celebrations, and arrived alongside their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Buckingham Palace announced through Instagram that William and Kate’s eldest son, George, would be one of the King’s Pages of Honour that will form part of the official procession through Westminster Abbey.

Queen Camilla’s grandsons and great-nephew also took part in the official procession as the Queen’s Pages of Honour.

Prince Harry will return to the UK for the coronation.

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Charles’ siblings Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward all attended, alongside Zara and Mike Tindall, Peter and Autumn Phillips, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Earl of Wessex.

WATCH BELOW: Kate Middleton and Prince William arrive at the coronation of King Charles III. Gallery of arrivals continues below.

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For live rolling coverage of the arrivals, keep scrolling.

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Pippa and James Middleton.

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Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

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Carol and Michael Middleton.

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Prince George.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton.

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Prince Andrew and Princess Eugenie.

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Princess Anne.

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Prince Harry

Prince Harry.

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Princess Beatrice of York and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi

Princess Beatrice of York and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

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Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips

Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips.

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Prince Edward, Duke of Edinburgh, Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh and James Mountbatten-Windsor, Earl of Wessex

Prince Edward, Duke of Edinburgh, Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh and James Mountbatten-Windsor, Earl of Wessex.

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Prince Frederick and Princess Mary of Denmark.

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King Charles and Queen Camilla.

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Albert II, Prince of Monaco and Charlene, Princess of Monaco

Albert II, Prince of Monaco and Charlene, Princess of Monaco.

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King Letsie III of Lesotho and Masenate Mohato Seeiso, Queen of Lesotho

King Letsie III of Lesotho and Masenate Mohato Seeiso, Queen of Lesotho.

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Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden.

Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden and King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.

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Anthony Albanese.

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Borris Johnson.

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Jill Biden.

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Olena Zelenska, Ukraine’s first lady.

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Katy Perry.

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Floella Benjamin

Floella Benjamin.

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Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.

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Joanna Lumley.

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Lionel Ritchie.

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Andrew Lloyd Webber.

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Julie Bishop.

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Edward Davey.

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Dynamo Kelly Jones.

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Adam Hills.

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Emma Thompson.

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Michael Forsyth, and Baron Forsyth of Drumlean.

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Nick Cave and Rowan Williams.

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Mark Spencer.

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