King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla after the coronation ceremony this Saturday at Westminster Abbey in London.
Supporters of the crown travel by train to the British capital to celebrate the event.
The streets of London were filled with people before the king began his journey from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey.
Protesters also filled public spaces to protest against the monarchy and climate change.
Charles III rode to the abbey in a carriage given to his mother, Elizabeth II, for her Jubilee. There was no shortage of flags representing the various Commonwealth nations during the event.
The Duke of Sussex attended the ceremony alone. After participating in the event's religious ceremony, Harry left for the airport to return to California to celebrate his son Archie's fourth birthday.
Harry was seated next to the other 'black sheep' of the family, Prince Andrew, Charles' brother.
The Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Kate, accompanied by their children during the ceremony. Kate Middleton wore earrings that belonged to her husband's mother, Diana of Wales.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak made a brief speech during the coronation ceremony.
First Lady Jill Biden and her granddaughter represented the United States.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was among international leaders who were invited to attend the event.
Westminster Abbey during Charles III's entrance for his coronation.
Charles III was crowned King of the United Kingdom amidst cheers of "God Save the King."
King Charles III and Queen consort Camilla waving from a Buckingham balcony.