See Katy Perry's Glamorous Recovery After Near-Fall Leaving Coronation

Katy Perry is always serving, even when she's almost falling over.

The "Queen of Camp" was in town in London this weekend to attend the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla at Westminster Abbey on Saturday, May 6.

The pop sensation, 38, brought her usual top-tier fashion, sporting a monochromatic lavender skirt suit completed with an over-the-top round fascinator.

Although she looked spectacular, her ensemble for the day might have provided a bit of a walking hazard, as she almost toppled over in the tight, knee-length peplum skirt. She was also wearing high heels, which, when mixed with the sidewalk slippery from the rain, makes the perfect recipe for disaster.

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The priceless moment was caught on camera, as the music superstar nearly lost her balance while walking outside after the ceremony, though, luckily, she was able to regain her balance and recover unscathed.

Perry also went viral earlier in the day after she was seen looking puzzled while wandering around Westminster Abbey as she looked for her seat at the event.

She eventually found it, and was able to enjoy the momentous occasion from the audience. She even updated her fans on social media after the ceremony, writing, "don't worry guys i found my seat," in a cheeky message on Twitter.

Perry is in London to perform at the Sunday, May 7 concert at Windsor Castle, where her fellow American Idol judge and music legend Lionel Richie will also take the stage.

Taking their places for Sunday's episode of Idol will be Grammy winners Alanis Morisette and Ed Sheeran, who will both take a seat on the panel next to Luke Bryan as they fill in as guest judges for the evening.

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