On Saturday, the coronation of King Charles III will take place at Westminster Abbey. Around 2,000 guests will have front-row seats, while the rest of the world will tune in in other ways.
Below, from the BBC, is the schedule for the ceremony that will see a king and a queen be crowned.
Coronation day schedule (all times listed are Eastern Standard Time)
Beginning at 1 a.m.: Viewing areas along the procession route from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey will open and people will file in to get their spots.
2:15 a.m.: Guests will begin to arrive at Westminster Abbey. They will go through checkpoints before entering the building.
4:30 a.m.: Royals, both British and foreign, along with foreign heads of state will begin to arrive for the ceremony.
5:20 a.m.: King Charles and Queen Camilla will begin the 1.3-mile route to Westminster Abbey.
6 a.m.: The coronation ceremony will begin and will follow this order: the Recognition, the Coronation Oath, the Anointing, the Investiture and the Enthronement and Homage.
8 a.m.: The coronation ceremony will end, and the king and queen will head back to Buckingham Palace in the Gold State Coach.
8:45 a.m.: The king and queen will receive a royal salute from the United Kingdom and Commonwealth Armed Forces in the Buckingham Palace gardens.
9:15 a.m.: Members of the royal family are expected to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.