Ahead of King Charles III's coronation: "Beefeaters" get new uniforms

Britain continues to prepare for the coronation of King Charles III.

Ahead of King Charles III's coronation: "Beefeaters" get new uniforms

Britain continues to prepare for the coronation of King Charles III. (74) on May 6th. As the British "Daily Mail" reports, the traditional "Beefeaters" in the Tower of London have also received new uniforms as part of the preparations for the festive occasion. From today, the robes of the 35 tower attendants, who mainly act as tourist guides, will be adorned with a large royal crown in red above the writing "CIIIR" - in honor of King Charles III.

According to the Daily Mail, the new uniforms for the officially so-called Yeoman Warders of His Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress the Tower of London are to be made by a team of 40 tailors from the traditional company Kashket

"It will be an honor and a proud moment for all of us to wear [these new uniforms] during this special week," said Chief Yeoman Warder Pete McGowran. The building "The Queen's House" on the grounds of the Tower of London has also been renamed "The King's House" to mark the beginning of the reign of King Charles III. to mark.

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