Before Coronation Concert, Royal Family Attends Street Celebrations and Large Meal

Thousands of street parties and lunches were held on Sunday in honor of King Charles III’s coronation before the evening’s star-studded extravaganza.

Kate Middleton During the day, Prince William and other senior members of the royal family went to events in the community. They went to Windsor Castle to see Katy Perry and Take That play that night.

All the royals socialized with the people having their Coronation Big Lunch.

With the message “Wonderful to see so many people out enjoying their Coronation Big Lunch today!” the royal family posted a series of images to their official social media accounts to commemorate the occasion.

At a Coronation Big Lunch in Windsor, the Prince and Princess of Wales surprised fans and led the party.

Coronation Big Lunch: The royal family celebrates by going to street parties.

In March, Prince Edward and Sophie became the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh. They went to Cranleigh, Surrey, for a Big Lunch.

Princess Anne and her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, went to street parties in Swindon, Wiltshire, with their children.

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, who is having her second child with her husband Jack Brooksbank, are the daughters of Prince Andre and Sarah Ferguson. They also went to a Big Lunch in Windsor.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his wife, Akshata Murty, held the Big Lunch at Downing Street for community leaders, Ukrainian families, and youth groups. Reports say that on Sunday, around 50,000 crowning lunches will be held in the UK and around the world to celebrate the King’s crowning.

The King, who is 74, and his wife, Queen Camilla, who is 75, also posted a message about the day’s events on social media: “Whether this is your first ever Big Lunch or whether it is an annual part of your local calendar, we send our warmest good wishes to each one of you, and all those who will be with you, at what we hope will be a delightful event for everyone.”