Eight months after succeeding Queen Elizabeth as Britain’s head of state, King Charles will formally be crowned in a lavish celebration. This coronation will be historic, it’s unlikely anything as grand will be staged again, as the royal family adapts to the modern era. As special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports, there’s a generational split in England over support for the monarchy.
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