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The anointing and crowning of the monarch: During the coronation ceremony, the Archbishop of Canterbury anoints the new monarch with holy oil and places the royal crown on their head, symbolizing their acceptance of the throne and their new role as head of state.
The oath of allegiance: The new monarch takes an oath to uphold the laws and customs of the realm, and to govern with justice and mercy.
1The royal procession: Following the ceremony, the new monarch takes part in a procession through the streets of London, accompanied by members of the royal family, dignitaries, and other officials. This is typically a grand and festive event, with thousands of people lining the streets to catch a glimpse of the new monarch.