Currently, the couple is returning to Buckingham Palace via the Gold State Coach.
The Coronation began at 11:00 BST and concluded at 13:00 BST, with service as the central theme.
This theme was reflected in King Charles’s oaths and petitions, as well as Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s sermon.
“I have not come to be served, but to serve,” the King declared in his first prayer upon entering the sanctuary.
“Jesus Christ, the King of Kings, was anointed not to be served, but to serve. “He establishes the unalterable rule that with power comes the responsibility to serve,” he continued.
In the first stage of the ceremony, Charles was proclaimed the “undoubted King” in the abbey.
The congregation was then instructed to demonstrate their respect and devotion by chanting “God Save the King.”
During the most reverent portion of the ceremony, the King was concealed from public view by anointing screens as choristers sang Handel’s Zadok the Priest, which has been performed at every coronation since 1702.
At the instant King Charles was crowned, thirteen locations across the United Kingdom, including London, Edinburgh, and Hillsborough, fired gun salutes, while Westminster Abbey’s bells rang for two minutes.
Meanwhile, the throng on The Mall began to chant “God Save the King” and champagne corks could be heard popping.
There were approximately 2,300 people inside the abbey for the service, which was attended by Prince Harry and his cousins.
There were also celebrity visitors, including actress Emma Thompson and American singer Katy Perry.
It is the first time he has appeared in public with Prince William since the publication of his memoir, Spare.
He was observed departing Westminster Abbey alone in the trunk of a BMW after the service. Prince Andrew was seen driving behind Princess Eugenie and her spouse, Jack Brooksbank, in a car.
Alexandra Hornyak, 57, of Montreal, Canada, was one of the spectators.
She told, “I’ve known for years that I would want to attend this day, and on the day it was announced, I was driving to the office when my husband called and said ‘May 6’.”
“I was fully aware of what it was. And I immediately called to make a hotel reservation, and we proceeded from there.”
Karen Daly, 54, from Birmingham, remarked, “We could have done this at home, but the atmosphere is so pleasant and everyone is so happy.”
Months of planning went into the 40th Westminster Abbey coronation celebrations since 1066.
Because the abbey was closed before the event, there were no crowds outside unlike the procession route.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby conducted the service with assistance from Archbishop of York Stephen Cottrell.
This week and last week have been filled with rehearsals, the Archbishop of York told.
It was difficult to figure out the choreography since none of us had done this in a very long time.
The ceremony emphasized diversity and inclusion, with more contributions from Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, and Sikh representatives than any previous coronation.
Cloudy skies and rain are anticipated for the senior royals’ palace veranda flypast.
Republic, the group advocating for the abolition of the monarchy, attracted a tiny group of protesters to the Coronation.
Approximately six protestors were detained while unloading a van of placards.
There is a vast security operation, with the Metropolitan Police deploying 11,500 officers in its largest single-day deployment in history.