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King Charles' calm remarks after being hit by eggs revealed by lip reader

King Charles was seemingly unfazed after has told the Mirror earlier today and encouraged others to ignore the incident, a lip reader has revealed. Charles and being pelted with eggs at a royal engagement were being welcomed by city officials after arriving in York when four eggs were thrown at them, all of which missed the royals before they were quickly escorted away.

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crowned sovereign of the United Kingdom, King Charles III will finally get his day in the sun.Following her death last month, Charles, 73, became the new monarch and his own coronation is set for May 6, 2023.The date is also the day that his grandson Archie — the son of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle — will turn 4 years old. Queen Elizabeth was ordained as ruler on June 2, 1953, and her coronation was full of pomp and circumstance.However, Charles’ ceremony is reportedly set to be a scaled back and more modernized celebration.“The king has stripped back a lot of the coronation in recognition that the world has changed in the past 70 years,” a source recently divulged to the Mirror.The three-hour service at Westminster Abbey will be pared down to just 60 minutes.As for guests who earned a coveted spot on the invite list, the amount has been chopped down from 8,000 to 2,000.It is expected that peers will wear formal coronation robes, however, the need for the uniform choices may be modified.Operation Golden Orb, which is the code name for the planning of the coronation, was first speculated to be held on June 3.