Their Majesties the King and Queen of Thailand will soon commence a royal journey to the United Kingdom from May 4 to May 7, in response to an invitation from His Majesty King Charles III.
The objective of this trip is to partake in the crowning of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla, set to occur at Westminster Abbey in London, as declared by the Royal Household Bureau.
Throughout their stay in the UK, the Thai monarchs will attend a gathering arranged by King Charles at Buckingham Palace for esteemed heads of state and global delegates on Friday.
The coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey has been scheduled for Saturday. At the same time, Thailand will celebrate its yearly Coronation Day.
Before this event, the Cabinet Secretariat proclaimed that the Samosorn Sannibat Ceremony, also referred to as the grand state reception, will carry on as scheduled on Thursday, May 4, in honour of the occasion.
On this momentous day for both countries, the connection between the British and Thai royal families will be further reinforced.
This will be achieved through their mutual participation in two distinguished events: the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla in the United Kingdom, and the Samosorn Sannibat Ceremony in Thailand.
This progression underscores the expanding collaboration and interchange of cultural and historical ties between the two royal lineages.