The Coronation of King Charles III. (74) is to be celebrated, among other things, with a concert at Windsor Castle. As the British "The Sun" reports, a successful British band could be on stage for the occasion. Accordingly, Gary Barlow (52), Mark Owen (51) and Howard Donald (54) should perform as Take That. It is also speculated that Jason Orange (52), who left the group in 2014, will join his former colleagues for the concert.
Robbie Williams (49), who said goodbye to the band in 1995 and started out as a solo artist, is said to have ruled out performing with the band. "The biggest names and acts in world music are being considered for the concert, a source told The Sun. "Take That was at the top of that list and a real coup for the organizers." to be broadcast on the BBC, Kylie Minogue (54) and sister Dannii Minogue (51) or Lionel Richie (73) are traded.
The coronation ceremony will take place on May 6th in London's Westminster Abbey. 2,000 guests should be invited. On the day there will also be a carriage procession and the traditional appearance of the royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. The music concert and light show are scheduled at Windsor Castle on Sunday 7th May. On May 8th, the British will have an additional public holiday with events in honor of people who do voluntary work.