Gratitude’s Kid’s Corner, celebrated the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla on Sunday, May 7th. The event was a huge success, with 70 fantastic children dressed as their favorite British monarchs.
The event kicked off at 12:30 pm with a queue of children dressed as kings, queens, princes, and princesses. The kids, eagerly enjoyed each activity. There was face painting, glitter tattoos, and the kids had a chance to wear a crown and sit on the special throne and have their photo taken.
In addition to the activities, each child who came to the Kid’s Corner received a small prize, drink and refreshments.
The event was a great way for children to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla. The children had a lot of fun dressing up as their favorite monarchs and participating in the activities. The event was also a great way for the children to learn about British history and culture.
“We’re so happy to see so many children here today to celebrate the coronation,” said Gratitude’s Co-founder Sheila Carlisle. “It’s a special weekend for our country, and we wanted to do something special to mark the occasion.”
The dress-up day was just one of the many events taking place across the country to celebrate the coronation.
The coronation of King Charles III marks the beginning of a new era for the United Kingdom.
The new king has pledged to be a “servant to all” and to uphold the values of democracy, freedom, and equality. He has also promised to work with all parts of the United Kingdom to build a “stronger, fairer, and more prosperous” country.
The coronation of King Charles III is a historic moment for the United Kingdom. It is a time of hope and optimism for the future.
Written by Carolyne Klein