Fans have been given their first glimpse at the exclusive guest list – and some of the lucky non-royal invitees who will be there.
Following confirmation from a number of European royals that they will attend Westminster Abbey on 6 May, a new post has been shared on the Royal Family’s Instagram account.
It shows a calligrapher delicately writing names on the beautiful invitations, which were designed by Andrew Jamieson, a heraldic artist and manuscript illuminator.
Two photos reveal some of the lucky recipients: Max and Mark Woosey and Doctor Hareen De Silva.
Max, also known as The Boy in the Tent, set the Guinness World Record for the most money raised camping after sleeping for more than three years in a tent.
He started when he was just ten, following the death of family friend Rick Abbot in February 2020. He has since raised more than £750,000 for North Devon Hospice.
Dr. Hareen, meanwhile, was awarded a British Empire Medal after acting on the frontline of the pandemic, working as an NHS Nightingale doctor.
Over the course of his career, the 35-year-old has volunteered as a street doctor offering care to the homeless in Doncaster during his lunch break in between morning and afternoon surgeries and worked as a doctor for charity The Kids Village in Costa Rica.
At the start of the pandemic, he applied to work on the frontline at NHS Nightingale in the ITU department, knowing the job would take him away from his family and put himself at risk as a BAME doctor. He is now working in Ukraine.
Some 2,000 guests will form the congregation on the day of the coronation, including over 450 British Empire Medal recipients, who have been invited in recognition of the contributions made by remarkable volunteers, charity representatives and community champions.
And, of course, the British royal family will also be out in full support of the new King and Queen, including the Prince and Princess of Wales, and their three children, the Princess Royal and the new Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh.