March 22, 2023 – 15:23 GMT Emmy Griffiths Our newest episode of A Right Royal podcast talks all things the crowning– from style to visitors and more Welcome back to the Right Royal Podcast! In this week’s episode, we are all aboard the buzz train for the upcoming special minute in royal history, King Charles’ crowning! The historic crowning will be the very first of its kind in Britain considering that the late Queen’s crowning 70 years back– and makes certain to be filled with pomp and event. To kick things off, we are signed up with by our royal editor Emily Nash, who informs us what the renowned event indicates to the royal household, and to share forecasts from the day. LISTEN: Why Charles is being strictly with the crowning visitor list Meanwhile, Majesty publication editor Joe Little likewise takes a seat with us to speak about a few of the more legendary aspects of the crowning– from greasy oils to 13th century crowns to the stone of fate (yes, actually), while New York Times bestselling author and style specialist Elizabeth Holmes talks about possible style options on the day– and if we’ll be seeing the royals marching in tiaras. Charles’ crowning will be an extremely big day MORE: How the Prince and Princess of Wales have actually prepared George, Charlotte and Louis for King Charles’s crowning SEE: Royal kids’s cheekiest minutes captured on video camera Finally, we are signed up with by saxophonist YolanDa Brown OBE, who carried out at Westminster Abbey recently for a blissful audience that included Prince William and Princess Kate – and got an OBE from King Charles the following day! Yolanda informs all of us about carrying out in the historic abbey, and what guidance she would provide to those carrying out at the crowning. Tune in and delight in! Make certain you never ever miss out on a ROYAL story! Register to The Royal Explainer newsletter to get your weekly dosage of royal functions and other unique material directly to your inbox.