The Royalty-Worshipping Villagers Of Vanuatu Celebrate Coronation With A New Picture Of King Charles

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The Royalty-Worshipping Villagers Of Vanuatu Celebrate Coronation With A New Picture Of King Charles

A remote tribe in Vanuatu that worshipped Prince Philip as a god has honoured King Charles III’s official ascension to the throne.

Villagers on the island of Tanna have celebrated the new British monarch’s coronation day, with traditional cultural dancing and the drinking of kava at a special ceremony.

Photos shared online show village men hosting Acting British High Commissioner in Vanuatu, Mike Watters, who was pictured taking a deep drink of kava presented to him by the tribe.

“After some spectacular kastom (traditional) dancing and singing, I was invited to drink kava from the same shell used by HM The King during his visit to Vanuatu in 2018.”

Watters said he was honoured to accept the invitation to the coronation celebrations in Tanna and called it a wonderful way to pay respect to the unique relationship shared by the United Kingdom and Vanuatu.

“A huge honour and unforgettable experience to join the coronation celebrations in Tanna in Vanuatu today,” he wrote on Twitter.

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