King Charles’s Coronation: Key Timings and What Will Happen

King Charles III, Britain’s first new monarch in 70 years, was crowned on Saturday in a ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London.

Here’s what to expect for the rest of the day. (All times are local time in Britain.)

1 p.m The king and Queen Camilla will leave Westminster Abbey via a mile-long procession with 4,000 troops and 19 military bands. Members of the royal family, including Prince William and his wife, Catherine, Princess of Wales, will travel in carriages behind the monarch as part of the procession.

1:30 p.m The procession will reach Buckingham Palace, and the armed forces will give a royal salute to Charles from the garden. The king and queen will then appear on the palace balcony with other members of the royal family to greet the public.

2:30 p.m A six-minute ceremonial flight of 60 aircraft, including the Royal Air Force aerobatic display team, the Red Arrows, is set to fly overhead, passing by Buckingham Palace.

That will conclude the official agenda, and Charles will retire to take a coronation portrait and have a family lunch. Revelers looking to continue the festivities can attend street parties and other live events throughout the day across London.