The coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla on Saturday 6 May will showcase the sort of lavish royal pageantry the British are famous for.
The ceremony, which will take place in Westminster Abbey in London, is a religious occasion steeped in centuries-old traditions and it will be broadcast live in the US.
If you’re a royal watcher in North America, here’s how to follow the UK’s first coronation in 70 years.
Coverage of King Charles III’s coronation will begin in the early hours of Saturday morning, with a live stream and a live page with commentary and analysis on bbc.com/news.
Viewers can also watch the ceremony live on the BBC News channel (check your local listings) or listen to BBC World Service for live coverage.
The celebrations will continue throughout the weekend and will conclude with the Coronation Concert on the Sunday 7 May at Windsor Castle.
The Concert will be broadcast from 15:00 EDT (20:00 BST) on the BBC News channel (check your local listings) and carried live on BBC World Service.
The concert will be hosted by Hugh Bonneville and feature performances from British pop group Take That, international superstar Lionel Richie, pop icon Katy Perry and opera star Andrea Bocelli.
It will also feature, for the first time ever, a joint performance from The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera, the Royal Shakespeare Company, The Royal College of Music and The Royal College of Art.
Source : bbc