Among the children there were Camilla Nowawakowska, wearing a crepe-paper crown, and Charles Murray, who wore a purple-paper crown with shiny stickers. When the two children told the Queen their first names, she remarked: “Goodness me, isn’t that funny.”
“You’ve got very smart crowns on, they’re a little bit lighter than the one I had on,” she continued. “They look pretty cool with all the jewels.” King Charles was then called over and met the two children too, shaking their hands.
Those giving readings at the cathedral service included Church of Ireland Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of all Ireland Rev. John McDowell and Roman Catholic Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of all Ireland Rev. Eamon Martin.
In the afternoon, the pair headed to Enniskillen Castle where they met representatives of the community, voluntary and heritage sectors in Fermanagh, celebrating the Coronation. Around a thousand people who had gathered outside the castle were rewarded with a royal stroll with the King and Queen taking time to greet the crowd.