Britain is gearing up for her first coronation in 96 years on May 6.
An important change in English tradition was made for King Charles III at the ceremony to be held at Westminster Church in London.
The ‘Declaration of Allegiance of the Lords’ section of the ceremony has been changed to the ‘Declaration of Allegiance of the People’.
Previously, only members of the aristocracy swore allegiance to the King, kneeling and swearing.
However, with the amendment, for the first time in history, citizens of all nations that are members of the Commonwealth of Nations and where the king is head of state will be called upon to swear “true loyalty” to the king.
Millions of people will watch the ceremony on the screens and read the text of the oath projected on the screens.
But polls before the Coronation show that British support for the monarchy is at an all-time low.
In the latest survey of the National Center for Social Research, 45 percent of respondents think that the monarchy should be abolished.
According to the same survey, only three out of 10 people think the monarchy is really important.
This is the lowest rate ever recorded.