Coronation: Public invited to swear allegiance to King Charles

"In a coronation full of firsts, female clergy will play a prominent role, and the King himself will pray out loud. The Christian service will also see religious leaders from other faiths have an active part for the first time."

Hmm. Apparently there are changes, after all. It's only news of the global empire no longer existing that apparently took an extremely slow route to being processed by royal custom's or tradition's cognitive apparatus, decades ago.

"People watching the Coronation will be invited to join a "chorus of millions" to swear allegiance to the King and his heirs, organisers say."

Well, the lingering Anglophone world still has some struggling allegiance to the King's language at least.
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Sounds like the anti-Christ.
You too should hang your head in shame... Don't you know Charlie has the ''Divine right of kings''
In other words a god's chosen

In European Christianity, the divine right of kings, divine right, or God's mandation is a political and religious doctrine of political legitimacy of a monarchy. It stems from a specific metaphysical framework in which a monarch is, before birth, pre-ordained to inherit the crown, chosen by God and in the image of God.
Hang your head in shame, is there no pull from old Blighty for you any more?

Not really

Currently I am contemplating selling my Australian house, buying a 8 room hotel with pool (or house) in Bali and living with girlfriends


If enough money left over taking main girlfriend Inul to London for a tourist trip




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