Who said it? Match these 10 quotes to the right royal
Our 10-question multiple choice quiz will test your royal quote knowledge to the limit - with some famous (and some more obscure) lines.
Prince Philip’s forthright and sometimes outrageous comments made him the most outspoken royal in recent times – but how well do you know your royal quotes?
Our 10-question multiple choice quiz will test your royal quote knowledge to the limit, with some famous (and some more obscure) quotes.
All you have to do is tell us who said what - you’ll get the result at the end of the quiz.
May 6 will see King Charles take part in his coronation service – a solemn, religious occasion, full of symbolism – at Westminster Abbey before parading back to Buckingham Palace to appear on the famous and historic balcony with other members of the Royal Family.
Here are some of the key timings:
10.20am: Charles and Camilla will process from Buckingham Palace to the Abbey in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach, which has air conditioning and shock absorbers.
Accompanied by the Sovereign's Escort of the Household Cavalry, they will travel down The Mall, take the south side of Trafalgar Square, go along Whitehall and Parliament Street, take the east and south sides of Parliament Square to Broad Sanctuary before arriving at the Abbey.
11.00am: Charles will enter Westminster Abbey through the Great West Door and process through the nave of the Abbey and then the service will commence.
12.00: Midday will see Charles officially crowned as King.
1.00pm: Charles and Camilla will proceed back to Buckingham Palace in the notoriously bumpy Gold State Coach, used by Elizabeth during her own coronation in 1953.
2.15pm: Charles and Camilla will appear on Buckingham Palace balcony and there will be a flypast.