KEY Coronation Scrolls for members of the Royal Family have been unveiled.
King Charles, 74, is officially crowned today as thousands of royal fans gather in London to watch.
Several members of the firm will be involved in the first coronation in 70 years.
From heir to the throne William and his three children to Charles’ only sister Anne, the majority of working royals will have special roles to play.
Camilla will be taking a carriage ride down The Mall with her husband King Charles.
Camilla is crowned Queen at the Abbey.
The Queen will sit on the same chair she has used throughout the service and will be anointed with holy oil.
She will touch the ruby consort ring, made for Queen Adelaide in 1831 and last worn by Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, in 1937. The Archbishop of Canterbury will then crown her.
The Queen will then leave her throne and join Charles in the Estate chairs to witness the ritual of bread and wine representing the body and blood of Jesus Christ.
There are traditional prayers before the archbishop presents the monarchs with a waffle of bread and a sip of wine – the main act of worship for the Christian church.
Hymns are sung as Their Majesties enter St Edward’s Chapel from behind the altar. They transform into purple velvet robes of the estate.
After the ceremony, the King and Queen leave the Abbey at 12.55pm as the bells ring.
The Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are to sit in the carriage behind the King and Queen’s golden state carriage.
Arriving at Westminster Abbey, Prince William will enter the Coronation Theater to present his father with a newly made embroidered shawl.
William will also help Charles put on this golden cloak, also known as the Imperial Mantle.
It was made for George IV in 1821 and was worn by George V, George VI and Elizabeth II.
As soon as the coronation begins, Prince William kneels and promises his father that he will be “your liege man for life and limb”.
Kate will also join William and the children in the coronation procession from the Abbey to Buckingham Palace after the coronation.
Prince George, nine, becomes the youngest future monarch to play a senior role at a coronation.
King Charles was four years old when he witnessed his late mother’s coronation – when he was a guest at the congregation in 1953.
But Prince William and Princess Kate’s eldest son, George, will be one of eight all-male page honors at Westminster Abbey.
Your task will be to hold the robes of the king and queen during the ceremony.
Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis
Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five, are due to appear in the King and Queen’s procession from Westminster Abbey.
And they could also appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with their parents and siblings.
During the procession, Anne will be the waiting staff of gold – a role historically given to a person charged with the monarch’s security.
After the ceremony, she will trail on horseback behind the newly crowned King and Queen Consort.
While Charles and Camilla are then driven back to Buckingham Palace in the Gold State Coach, Anne will lead the larger procession of 6,000 service members.
The 72-year-old felt “incredibly honored” after being cast for the role.