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It has been announced that more than 2,200 people will descend upon Westminster Abbey to see King Charles and Camilla be crowned on May 6.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will join a star-studded lineup after the pair scored an invitation.
They will be among famous faces including the magician Dynamo, singer Lionel Richie and Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones.
The Geordie stars have been confirmed to join young people who have been supported by the Prince’s Trust this weekend (May 6).
Ant and Dec, both 47, will attend the event at Westminster Abbey in their capacity as goodwill ambassadors, a role they took up in 2021 after some two decades working with the charity.
The Prince’s Trust, founded in 1976, has supported more than one million young people in the UK since it was founded and now helps them in more than 20 countries around the world.
Ant and Dec have hosted The Prince’s Trust Awards 10 times and the pair recently collaborated with the charity on a course to make the industry more accessible.
Ant previously said: “Our Making It In Media course with The Prince’s Trust is a real passion project for us.
“There are so many roles in TV and media that young people may have never considered as a career. We want to help young people find out more about the industry.”
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Declan added: “We’re incredibly proud to have partnered with the Prince’s Trust on this project over the last two years – and we hope we can help change many more young lives together in the years ahead.”
Other Trust ambassadors set to be attending the big day are Edward Enninful, the editor of British Vogue, who recently chaired The Prince’s Trust Global Gala in New York City for the second year.
Lionel Richie, who as well as attending the Coronation on Saturday is one of the big names set to perform at the Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle on Sunday alongside Take That and Katy Perry, will also be in Westminster Abbey.
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