St Kitts and Nevis: Dr Terrance Drew – The Prime Minister of the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis has travelled to London, United Kingdom (UK), to attend the Coronation ceremony of King Charles III on Saturday, May 6, 2023. To attend the historical ceremony, Prime Minister is accompanied by his delegation and will be extending his congratulations to King Charles III.
According to the updates, Prime Minister Terrance Drew reached out to his official social media handle to share the information regarding his visit to London.
In his Facebook post, he noted that on Wednesday, he travelled to attend the historic Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III along with his delegation to be held tomorrow, May 6, 2023.
In addition, he also outlined that during the Coronation ceremony, a number of ministers and members of the St Kitts and Nevis government will be present such as,
– Deputy Governor-General Hyleta Liburd
– Naeemah Hazelle, Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office
– Diaspora Ambassador Christine Walwyn
– Governor General Dame Marcella A. Liburd GCMG, JP
– Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley
– Thouvia France, Protocol Foreign Service Officer in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Furthermore, it was also stated by PM Drew that in his absence, Deputy Prime Minister of the Twin Island Federation, Dr Geoffrey Hanley, will perform the responsibilities of the Prime Minister. Moreover, To attend the King’s Coronation, Dr Denzil Douglas has also arrived in the United Kingdom on May 4, 2023 (Thursday).
As per the updates, the Coronation ceremony of King Charles III will be broadcasted live across the world on May 6, 2023, which will be followed by the Coronation of Queen Camilla as well. The reports further added that since the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, which took place in June 1953, it had been a long period of 70 years for the commencement of the ceremony to be held tomorrow.
The latest updates have also revealed the series of the Coronation since it was performed for the first time, which are as follows:
King George IV, crowned July 19 1821
King William IV, crowned September 8 1831
Queen Victoria, crowned June 28 1838
King Edward VII, crowned August 9 1902
King George V, crowned June 22 1911
King George VI, crowned May 12 1937
Queen Elizabeth II, crowned June 2 1953
King Charles III, to be crowned May 6 2023