Coronation of John I
The King in his coronation robes
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The coronation of John I as King of Baustralia and as Emperor of Ostreum is said to take place at an unknown location. Preparations have already begun and souvenirs will be on sale by July 2020.
Order of Service
Following an Anglican format, the service is as follows:
- The arrival of the King
- Presenting of the Bible
- Communion service
- Presentation of regalia
- Placement of the Crown
- Prayer of Humble Access
- Eucharistic Prayer B
Date of the coronation
So far, the date of the coronation is unknown. The Parliament and Monarchy of Baustralia have both pondered on holding it on 7 June 2020, the King's birthday; 20 June 2020, the date of accession; or 2 July 2020, the date of constitutionalization in Baustralia, which is also after the end of the school year. This, however, was postponed due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.
5 sailors, 5 soldiers, and 5 airmen will be selected for a parade to demonstrate the military to the monarchy, concluding with a presentation of the Coronation Medal with a special clasp reading Review.
They will be placed in a platoon as follows: