Procession of The King and The Queen:
The Marquess of Anglesey, the Duke of Westminster, the Earl of Caledon and the Earl of Dundee – lead the procession and carry the Standards of the Quarterings of the Royal Arms and Standard of the Principality of Wales.
Francis Dymoke – carrying the Royal Standard instead of being the King’s Champion at a coronation banquet on horseback like his ancestors.
Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, Chief of the Defence Staff – acting as Lord High Constable of England, an office held for the day only.
Earl Marshal, the Duke of Norfolk.
Earl of Erroll – as Lord High Constable of Scotland.
Earl of Crawford and Balcarres – as Deputy to the Great Steward of Scotland, the Prince of Wales.
Procession to the altar carrying the Queen Consort’s regalia:
Barrister Baroness (Helena) Kennedy of The Shaws – carrying The Queen Consort’s Rod with Dove
General Sir Patrick Sanders – carrying The Queen Consort’s Sceptre with Cross
Duke of Wellington – carrying Queen Mary’s Crown
Rt Reverend and Rt Hon the Lord Chartres – carrying The Queen Consort’s Ring
Procession to the altar carrying the King’s regalia:
General Sir Gordon Messenger, the Governor of HM Tower of London – carrying St Edward’s Crown as Lord High Steward of England
Former MI5 chief Baroness Elizabeth Manningham-Buller – carrying St Edward’s Staff
The Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry – carrying the Sovereign’s Sceptre with Cross
Former children’s TV presenter, now author and peer, Baroness Floella Benjamin – carrying the Sovereign’s Sceptre with Dove
Dame Elizabeth Anionwu – carrying the Orb
The Keeper of the Jewel House, Brigadier Andrew Jackson – carrying The Sovereign’s Ring
Petty Officer Amy Taylor – carrying the Sword of Offering and representing servicemen and women as a Royal Navy Petty Officer, a tribute to the King’s military career
Lord Hastings and The Earl of Loudoun – carrying the Spurs
Lord President of the Council, Penny Mordaunt – carrying the Sword of State
Air Chief Marshal the Lord Peach – carrying the Sword of Mercy (The Curtana)
General the Lord Richards of Herstmonceux – carrying the Sword of Spiritual Justice
General the Lord Houghton of Richmond – carrying the Sword of Temporal Justice
Participating in the act of recognition when the King is presented to the congregation at the start of the service:
The Archbishop of Canterbury
Baroness (Valerie) Amos
Lady Elish Angiolini
George Cross-holder Christopher Finney – chair of the Victoria Cross and George Cross Association
Presenting the coronation regalia to the King and chosen on the advice of Government:
Lord Carrington, Lord Great Chamberlain – presenting the Spurs
Lord (Syed) Kamall- presenting the Armills
Baroness (Gillian) Merron – presenting the Robe Royal
The Most Reverend John McDowell, the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Armagh – presenting the Orb
Lord (Narendra) Patel – presenting the Ring
Lord (Indarjit) Singh of Wimbledon – presenting the Coronation Glove
The Most Reverend Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness, and Episcopal Primus of Scotland – presenting the Sovereign’s Sceptre with Cross
The Most Reverend Andrew John, the Archbishop of Wales – presenting the Sovereign’s Sceptre with Dove
The Archbishop of Canterbury – performing the crowning with St Edward’s Crown
Presenting the regalia to the Queen Consort and chosen on the advice of Government:
The Rt Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin, The Bishop of Dover – presenting The Queen Consort’s Rod with Dove
The Rt Reverend and Rt Hon Lord Chartres – presenting The Queen Consort’s Sceptre with Cross
Brigadier Andrew Jackson, The Keeper of the Jewel House at HM Tower of London – presenting The Queen Consort’s Ring
The Archbishop of Canterbury – performing the crowning with Queen Mary’s Crown