The nationwide Big Lunch spread a spirit of kindness and duty – let us never change the true power of our monarchy

Abiding power of royal glory

AFTER pomp and pomp the party.

Millions woke up yesterday to the official dawn of our new Carolean era.

Hundreds of thousands will brave the rain again today to volunteer in their communities, South Wales locals pictured gathering to celebrate the coronation

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Hundreds of thousands will brave the rain again today to volunteer in their communities, South Wales locals pictured gathering to celebrate the coronationCredit: Huw Evans

Along the bunting-bedecked streets, bathed in bright sunshine, the nationwide Big Lunch saw tables of cheese and pickle sandwiches, pies, curries and noodles.

People who previously only lived next to each other became real neighbors.

And again today, hundreds of thousands will brave the rain to volunteer in their communities.

Whether collecting canned food for the less fortunate or weeding in a village cemetery, a spirit of kindness and duty will spread.

All this is the true power of our monarchy.

This glorious St. Edwards crown bestowed on Charles is the ultimate symbol in which to infuse our collective character.

On this head stands our idea of ‚Äč‚Äčnation, our togetherness.

depth of love

Republicans who want to tear down the palaces and claim that hereditary royals are not democratic are fatally misunderstanding this.

You can’t just vote for this magical, mystical, deeply historical stuff.

This glorious St. Edwards crown bestowed on Charles is the ultimate symbol in which to infuse our collective character

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This glorious St. Edwards crown bestowed on Charles is the ultimate symbol in which to infuse our collective characterPhoto credit: Getty – Pool

Who would throw street parties for Presidents Blair or Truss? What a miserable, gray prospect such a head of state would be.

And the anti-monarchist cost argument just doesn’t add up.

Not when London is full of foreign tourists who are spending billions to get a glimpse of what they desperately want their countries to have left.

This weekend showed the deep love for the royal family.

In his mother, King Charles had the ultimate teacher of what it takes to secure his future in the face of relentless change.

The impeccable performances of the Prince and Princess of Wales helped him in this. Certainly few, watching the highly charged moment as William bowed the knee to his father, would deny his turn himself.

Your star power will be the key.

In the meantime, we can be happy and proud of a coronation job well done.

And that in a world full of dangerous social media and alarming artificial intelligence, we still have 1,000 years of history as our foundation.

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King Charles and Queen Camilla beam with joy as they watch the coronation ceremony

After all, that’s what Britain does best.

Don’t ever change it.

Locals gathered on St Cuthberts Road in Kilburn, north west London

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Locals gathered on St Cuthberts Road in Kilburn, north west LondonPhoto credit: Pixel8000

PaulLeBlanc

PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: paulleblanc@dailynationtoday.com.

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