This Saturday (May 6) will see the coronation of Charles III and will be marked by celebrations across the UK.
But what if you live in France?
Here, the Connexion lists some of the events available for our readers to attend, either during coronation weekend itself or throughout May.
Public events for the coronation
The Standard Athletic Club in Paris is hosting a ‘Grande Fête’ on Saturday, May 6, for members and non-members alike. The event will be held in Meudon, and you can purchase tickets here.
The British Association of the Côte d'Opale will host a Coronation picnic on Sunday May 21, in Contes, Pas-de-Calais. Entry is free, but you need to contact George Murray (email@example.com) to register.
The British Community Committee of France will put on a Coronation Cocktail Party on Monday, May 22, at the Terrasses of Salon Hoche, Paris, to celebrate. Tickets will cost €45 and include champagne, wine and canapées, and can be purchased here.
Events hosted by Connexion readers
Of course, it is not only official events that are being held - a number of our readers across France are also hosting events over the weekend.
These include a Coronation Picnic held in Chantilly, Oise by a collection of local Anglophone groups on Saturday, May 6, with all the information found in the poster below:
The Association France-Grande Bretagne, Quercy will be holding a Coronation Garden Party on Sunday, May 7.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the event.
Are you hosting an event to mark the coronation? A garden party, picnic, or an evening celebration? If you are and you would like us to add your information to the list above, please let us know via email@example.com.