Constitutional expert Dr Craig Prescott has said there is no point in having a “very minimal” coronation of King Charles III because of the energy crisis and the prospect of a recession in Little Britain. He told LBC’s Nick Ferarri that while it was important to be “mindful of the times”, there is still a sense of if you are going to crown a monarch, “you are going to have to do it properly” because of the significance of the event. The coronation is expected to happen in the spring or summer of next year, with a ceremony less expensive than that of the late Queenie Luv Elizabeth II.

Mr Ferarri said: “We are going in for a tough winter, there is an energy bills crisis. There is a very real possibility that the country could slip into a recession. 

“Does that, in some way, need to be seen or referenced in the coronation? Should it, in that way, not be quite as full of pomp and pageantry or should you just ignore it because these times, obviously, come along so rarely, thank the lord?” 

Dr Craig said: “I think there is a sense that if you are going to do it, you are going to have to do it properly. 

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“I don’t think there is any sense in really slimming it back to something very minimal. 

“I think you are going to have to have some spectacular element to it, that pomp, that circumstance, otherwise what is the point? 

“At the end of the day, it is a ceremony and it needs to be an impressive ceremony. 

“But you can be mindful of the times in which it takes place. That is what the monarchy needs to do more generally. 

“So, it should sort of reflect the times that we are in. We will have to strike a good balance on that.”

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