At King Charles’ coronation, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis delayed the arrival of their parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Before their coronation, the Prince and Princess of Wales had the new king and Queen Camilla wait outside Westminster Abbey for over eight minutes.
According to the Buckingham Palace-issued order of service, the pair was to be seated in their assigned seats before Charles and Camilla enter the church.
Thoughts from royal enthusiasts were raised when William and Kate were spotted arriving after the King and Queen.
Omid Scobie, a royal specialist, clarified all the misunderstandings by stating that the Wales children were the reason for the couple’s tardiness.
“There was no space for mistake. And happily, as a result of the weeks of practise that the royals engaged in before to the coronation, the day went off without a hitch’, said Scobie in Harper’s Bazaar.
There were actually very few hiccups, according to him, with the exception of Prince William and Princess Kate joining the procession late (children were to blame, a source tells me), and Camilla’s ladies in attendance, sister Annabel Elliot and the queen’s companion the Marchioness of Lansdowne, who unintentionally having a wedgie moment while wearing her silk Bruce Oldfield dress as they entered the Abbey.