Crown comes to Parliament in pre-coronation Charles visit

Before the glory of his coronation weekend, King Charles III visited Parliament Tuesday, to get a reminder that the monarch's power has limits. Charles and Camilla, the queen consort, attended a reception for lawmakers, most of whom haven't been able to snag a ticket to Saturday's coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey. The royal couple also had the chance to see a 300-year-old gilded coach that ferried the speakers of the House of Commons to coronations and royal weddings.