Sarah, Duchess of York, has been invited to attend the King's coronation concert at Windsor Castle as a guest. This comes as a surprise to the public as the Duchess had previously stated that she never expected to be invited to the State occasion. However, she values her private time with the family and is delighted to be attending the concert.
According to HELLO! magazine, relations with the family are warmer than ever after the King asked Sarah to join the royals for Christmas and Easter. This invitation to the coronation concert is a further indication of the Duchess's improving relationship with the royal family.
The concert, scheduled for Sunday, 7th May, on the East Lawn of Windsor Castle, promises to be a star-studded event. Take That, Katy Perry, and Lionel Richie are among the performers confirmed for the concert. It is expected to be a grand celebration with an array of musical talents and distinguished guests.
The Duchess spoke of her excitement for the coronation during an appearance on Loose Women last month. She expressed her plans to host a little tea room with coronation chicken sandwiches and put up bunting, stating that it would make her very happy. Sarah also mentioned that she loves to watch the coronation on television as the commentators are always good and she can learn all the ins and outs of the event.
Sarah's former husband, the Duke of York, and their daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, are expected to be among the royals in attendance for the ceremony at Westminster Abbey on 6th May.
Overall, the Duchess of York's invitation to the coronation concert is a reflection of her improved relationship with the royal family. The concert promises to be a grand celebration of music and culture, and the Duchess is thrilled to be attending. The coronation is set to be an exciting event with distinguished guests and a host of musical talent, and the Duchess is eagerly anticipating watching the event on television and learning all the ins and outs of the event.