Historical St. Edward Crown is removed from the London Tower

Historical St. Edward Crown is removed from the London Tower


Historical St. Edward Crown is removed from the London Tower

According to details, the historic St. Edward Crown King, who has been the focus on the crown of kings in England for more than 350 years, was removed from the London Tower for amending the crown of King Charles III.

Foreign media reports say that according to a statement issued by Buckingham Palace, the historic St. Edward Crown has been removed from the London Tower for the amendment of King Charles III in May 2023.

According to media reports, the crown ceremony of King Charles Swim will be held in London's Westminster Abe.

Meanwhile, King Charles Swim will be crowned the crown of St. Edward, while the king will be crowned the Imperial State Service.

What is made of St. Edward Crown?

It is to be noted that St. Edward Crown is made of a solid frame of gold, which has connected with Yakut, Sapphire, Garnet, Pukharaj, Tourmelines and other precious stones, while also containing velvet hats with the Arman band.

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