Events to look out for in 2023

From Prince Harry's memoirs to Charles' coronation, the coming year will be full of royal events, including the anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's death.  (Getty Images)

From Prince Harry’s memoirs to Charles’ coronation, the coming year will be full of royal events, including the anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s death. (Getty Images)

Last year’s royal calendar was eventful – from the highest levels of platinum jubilees and Notable birthdays to the lows of the somber ceremonies that marked Queen Elizabeth’s death, such as the vigil for grandchildren at Westminster Hall and the state funeral itself.

From the controversial and controversial to the festive, 2023 looks equally busy for the British monarchy. Coming on the heels of Netflix’s groundbreaking Meghan and Harry documentary, it’s back Book of the Duke of Sussex The year is bound to start off with a bang.

A few months later came the larger-than-expected coronation of Charles, followed by the annual Trooping the Colour. Save this page for new additions to the Royal family The schedule has also been announced.

Prince Harry’s diary release – January 10th

On January 10, Prince Harry’s upcoming memoir Spear will be released.

Yahoo UK understands that no publications will get an advance look at the diary, and its contents are kept strictly under wraps – so it’s a must-read.

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That said, commentators have already speculated that there may not be a lot of new revelations in the memoir about the royal family or the motives behind the Sussexes’ departure from royal life. After the six-part Netflix documentary series and their interview with Oprah, it seems like this has been going relatively well.

Viewers of the documentary are treated to an intimate look at their early romance.  (Netflix)

Viewers of the documentary were treated to intimate glimpses of their early romance, as well as their larger allegations about stories being leaked from inside the mansion. (Netflix)

However, it seems likely that Harry will delve more into his past life and his relationship with being the second son, and play a supporting role in The Firm.

The publisher described the memoirs as “intimate and honest” and it remains to be seen whether its contents will drive a further wedge between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the rest of the House of Windsor.

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After Harry claimed in a Netflix documentary that aides working for his brother had tipped the press against him – something the palace declined to comment on – he made it clear he was willing to criticize his brother’s house.

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Coronation of King Charles – 6 May

King Charles’s official coronation is set to take place on May 6 – the same day as his grandson Archie’s fourth birthday. This will be the first truly high-profile event of Charles’ reign where he and Camilla are formally crowned as king and queen.

The upcoming coronation has already generated some controversy about the scale and associated costs. At first, it was said that Charles wanted the “slimming” party, but lately I’veR. has been reported that he had changed his mind and would instead opt for a pompous and solemn coronation to “show off” the United Kingdom to the world.

Queen Elizabeth II after her coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey, London.  (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth’s coronation took place in Westminster Abbey 70 years before her son Charles’ will. (Getty Images)

Trooping the Color – June 17th

The Troops in Color, or the King’s Birthday Parade, will take place on 17 June. It has been used to celebrate the King’s official birthday for over 260 years.

More than 1,400 soldiers take part in the parade, and the royal family also watches an RAF plane from the balcony of Buckingham Palace and waves to the gathered crowds, and the new monarch will also be saluting.

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This year, the Queen has been given the role of Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, and the Princess of Wales, Colonel of the Irish Guards on the Day of Remembrance and Ceremony, although Yahoo UK understands that they will not be wearing uniforms as the members. Of the royal family who served in the armed forces.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 02: (LR) Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Louis of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, On the balcony of Buckingham Palace, watch RAF aircraft during the Air Force Review on June 02, 2022 in London, England.  The Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II is being celebrated from June 2 to June 5, 2022 in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II on February 6, 1952. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Last year’s Trooping the Color was one of the last major events Queen Elizabeth participated in before her death. (Getty Images)

Royal Ascot – Jun

A favorite on the royal calendar, the family regularly attends horse races at Royal Ascot together.

The late Queen was an avid racer and owner of racehorses, and is said to have owned more than 100 racehorses during her lifetime and entered them in more than 3,500 races, winning more than 500 of them.

Her love of horses has certainly been passed on to her children and grandchildren, as Zara Tindall won the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year award in 2006 for her equestrian career. It is also known that William, Harry and Charles had a passion for polo.

The first Royal Ascot game since the Queen’s death is sure to be poignant for the family.

ASCOT, ENGLAND - JUNE 19: Queen Elizabeth II takes part in the 2021 Royal Ascot Festival at Ascot Racecourse on June 19, 2021 in Ascot, England.  (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth II at Royal Ascot 2021, one of her family’s favorite events. (Getty Images)

The first anniversary of the death of Queen Elizabeth – September 8th

While no specific plans have been announced for the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s death, the royal family is sure to commemorate the somber occasion in some way.

Whether through an official address, church service, or other act of remembrance, the House of Windsor is sure to pay tribute to the last monarch, who ruled and acted as head of their family for seventy years.

Memorial Day – November 11th

Every year, the Royal Family comes out in full force to honor those who have given their lives serving in the Armed Forces, both in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.

Britain's King Charles III attends Remembrance Sunday at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, central London, on November 13, 2022. - Remembrance Sunday is an annual commemoration held on the Sunday closest to Armistice Day, November 11, the anniversary of Armistice Day.  The end of the First World War and the services in the Commonwealth of Nations remember the soldiers and women who have fallen in the line of duty since the First World War.  (Photo by Isabel Infantes/Pool/AFP) (Photo by Isabel Infantes/Pool/AFP via Getty Images)

King Charles attends the first Sunday Commemoration Ceremony as King in the Coffin. (Getty Images)

2022 marked the first time that Charles participated in the ceremony of laying the wreath at the coffin as king, and William as Prince of Wales.

Charles had a wreath designed in his own style, which was one of those small details that showed even a few weeks into his reign that he aspired to do things his own way, identifying himself as a sovereign.

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