14 Million people reportedly watched Coronation Of King Charles III

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According to BBC television, more than 14 million people watched King Charles III’s coronation on Sunday, May 7.

The ceremony’s telecast on Saturday, May 6, averaged 11.9 million viewers and peaked at 13.4 million viewers on the primary BBC One channel.

According to a BBC Two statement, the signed version’s audience peaked at 1.7 million and averaged 1.4 million.

First held in Britain in seventy years, the coronation on Saturday was just the second to be shown on television and the first to be in color.

However, the numbers are far smaller than at past significant royal events.

One of the largest television audiences in the UK in recent times saw the Queen Elizabeth II’s state burial last year.

A peak of 28 million people watched on TVs alone, with an average audience of 26.2 million, including 18.5 million on the BBC.

The wedding of Prince William, the son of Charles, was broadcast on BBC terrestrial television in 2011 to an audience of more than 24 million people.

More than 32 million people in the UK watched the burial of Princess Diana, William’s mother and Charles’s first wife, in 1997.

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