Some of The Funniest Tweets From King Charles' Coronation
The coronation of King Charles III took place on Saturday in London, bringing together royals and celebrities from around the world to witness the event.
Charles had been set to succeed the throne for more than 70 years and after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, in September, he immediately took over the role. Today's ceremony was the official celebration of his new title.
Thousands of people gathered outside of Westminster Abbey to watch the guests arrive — including Prince Harry (without his wife Meghan Markle) — and join in on the expensive spectacle.
While most Americans might not have the same understanding of the royal family (unless you’ve watched The Crown), the memes and tweets on the day of the coronation kept us entertained.
Here are some of the best:
King Charles might not know where he is:
The Friends reference:
Camilla’s doppelganger was present:
A warning to Paddington Bear:
When Katy Perry couldn’t find a seat:
The awkwardness of Prince Harry being present:
Especially because of this:
But jokes on them, because he is FREE:
Meanwhile, Princess Anne was ready for anything:
He’s had so much time to prepare:
Calling out the silliness of the whole monarchy:
After rain was predicted for the day of the royal occasion, people knew who was responsible:
And lastly, the only coronation we care about:
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