Relive the best of coronation weekend on our brilliant new Daily Mail Royals TikTok… the one account YOU need to follow for all things Royals
Do you feel like the coronation passed in the blink of an eye? Then you’re in the right place with our new TikTok account.
Royals of the Daily Mail offers all the latest royal family news on video – meaning you have the chance to relive all the key moments of the historic weekend.
Our expertly curated coverage covers highlights from the service at Westminster Abbey to last night’s coronation concert outside Windsor Castle.
With the Prince and Princess of Wales meeting more members of the public today, we’re bringing you even more clips as the coronation celebrations continue.
TikTok users can keep up to date with the latest royal family news on our new Daily Mail Royals account
The launch of our TikTok account last month coincided with our new Royal Channel, featuring exclusive stories that go straight to the heart of life in the Royal Family.
By following the @dailymailroyals account, viewers have access to rare archive footage, unparalleled columnists who provide unique insights into the workings of The Firm, and original expert analysis of the latest royal news.
And it’s not just the British Royal Family that’s on our TikTok account.
Our extensive coverage also includes royals from around the world – from Princess Charlene of Monaco to Queen Rania of Jordan.
Both the channel and social media page provide fascinating historical content from our unique Daily Mail archive.
It also features fantastic lifestyle content, celebrating the best of fashion, beauty, real estate and travel – all with a regal twist.
For example, stylist Alice Hare gave her tips on how to dress like Princess Diana earlier this week.
Moreover, we also brought our followers images of the cast of The Crown celebrate when they finished filming season six of the hit Netflix show.
On our new TikTok account, we’ve even collected Prince Louis’ funniest moments from Saturday’s coronation. The Royal Family pictured on the balcony of Buckingham Palace
The new social media page – which will also feature behind-the-scenes action from our royal talk show Palace Confidential – follows the incredible success of our Daily Mail TikTok accountwhich has more than 4.7 million followers.
Last month, the editor of the Daily Mail’s Diary Richard Eden opened up about Queen Camilla’s alleged reaction to Prince Harry’s description of her in his bombshell biography Spare.
Still not convinced? Why don’t you go to the TikTok page and see for yourself the wonderful royal coverage it has to offer…