How to watch King Charles’s Coronation live in the US

How to Watch the Coronation of King Charles and Queen Camilla Live on TV in the US

If you are in the United States and want to watch the coronation of King Charles, there are several ways to do so. The ceremony will take place on May 6 at Westminster Abbey in London and will be broadcast live by various news channels. It is expected that millions of people will attend the event in London and other royal residences, including Windsor Castle, where a special concert will take place the next day.

This will be the first coronation in the United Kingdom since that of Queen Elizabeth II, the King’s mother, in 1953. If you want to watch the ceremony live from the US, you can tune in to ABC News, CNN, Fox News, CBS, NBC, or E!. These channels will provide coverage of the processions, military parades, and special ceremonies and traditions.

The ceremony will start at 11am UK time, which is 6am ET, 3am PT, and 5am CT. The ceremony is expected to last around two hours, although televised coverage is expected to last throughout the day. The broadcast coverage is scheduled to start from around 5am ET, 2am PT, and 4am CT.

Each channel will have their own team of anchors, correspondents, and commentators reporting on the event. For example, ABC News will have Michael Strahan and Deborah Roberts leading their coverage, while CBS will have a live stream on CBS News. CNN’s coverage will be led by Anderson Cooper, with contributions from royal historian Kate Williams, expert Emily Nash, and biographer Sarah Bedell Smith. Fox News will have Martha MacCallum and Ainsley Earhardt as anchors, joined by British broadcaster Piers Morgan.

If you do not have access to a television, you can also watch the ceremony online on Paramount+ or through a live TV streaming service such as Sling, Hulu + Live TV, or fuboTV. These services will require a subscription fee.

During the ceremony, you can expect to see huge military parades and processions through London, with the King and Queen, as well as other members of the Royal family, dressed in ceremonial outfits and carrying out traditional rites to mark the occasion. However, the anointing of the King will be kept hidden from the public.

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