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Prince Charles, who made history at the coronation of his mother Elizabeth

Il principe Carlo bambino, che all'incoronazione di mamma Elisabetta ha fatto la storia

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On Tuesday 2 June, England celebrated the first 67 years since the coronation of the queen. And, for the occasion, Buckingham Palace has disclosed hitherto private anecdotes

Tuesday June 2nd, when Queen Elizabeth II celebrated the first sixty-seven years since his coronation, Buckingham Palace has decided to disclose some anecdotes kept, so far, private. Among these, one concerns the Prince Charles , who, on the day the mother she became queen, she was just four and a half years old.

Then, the little guy saw himself delivering a handmade invitation. The cover was painted as a child could have done and, inside, hid the promise of a shared moment.

Carlo, two years older than his sister Anna, was the first infant to be invited to a coronation . And small in his formal outfit he participated, marking with his slender presence a moment that would go down in history.

On June 2 1953 , when the coronation of Elizabeth II was followed by 20 Millions of people, Charles became the first child to take part in such a ceremony.

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