Kansas City Watches King Chuck Take Crown

Today Americans are FINALLY allowed to scoff at a fanciful public event because the traditions of pasty white people across the pond aren't at all sacred in this cowtown.

Nevertheless . . . 

There's no denying that it's a great show and more than a few ladies are waking up early to watch it all go down.

Take a peek . . .

"Live coverage of the coronation of King Charles III begins Saturday morning at 5 a.m."

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Brits in Kansas City prepare to welcome first new monarch in 70 years

For the first time in 70 years, the United Kingdom will crown a new monarch. Local Brits in Kansas City are planning to celebrate the occasion and for some, it's a weekend long event. It began Friday night as parishioners gathered at Saint Mary's Episcopal Church for a concert celebrating the new king's coronation.

Children drinking PINTS! This is what AI thinks the coronation will be

EXCLUSIVE: Glimpse the King's big day with these brilliant and bizarre images created by MidJourney AI AI artist David Lloyd-Jones reveals it took a lot of trial and error to create the pics... and many were unusable The upcoming coronation of King Charles III is the most hotly anticipated event of this year - so MailOnline asked an AI bot to provide a sneak peek...

What to expect at the coronation of King Charles III - and how to watch it

Royal fans and heads of state alike are arriving in London for the first British coronation in 70 years. On Saturday, King Charles III and Camilla, the queen consort, are expected to be crowned at Westminster Abbey - continuing a tradition that dates back more than 1,000 years.

Church of England changes wording of public declaration in King Charles III's coronation, following backlash | CNN

The Church of England has changed the wording of its invitation to the public to pledge allegiance to King Charles during his coronation, following a public backlash. The Archbishop of Canterbury will now give people the option of saying just "God save King Charles" rather than making the full pledge of allegiance.

Among the Anti-Monarchists

Republic, the group that wants to abolish the British monarchy, meets in a modern church in an ugly suburb of London, as if to make a point. Two weeks before the coronation of Charles III, 70 people gather to listen to Graham Smith, the CEO of Republic, and the progressive journalist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown.

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