CORONATION fans are urged to wrap up warm in 21 pages of “absurd” guidance.
Other obvious tips from the Government include “wear comfortable shoes”.
Visitors are told to bring an umbrella if it is wet — or sun cream if it’s boiling on May 6.
Fans on the route from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey are told to bring a blanket, stool or folding chair but “there might not be space to use or store them”.
There is an order to “dispose of litter in bins”.
One wag said: “Surely one suggestion would suffice — ‘Turn on the TV’. It takes four pages of blindingly obvious drivel before they mention the service will be broadcast live on TV, radio and online.
“I think civil servants at the Department of Culture, Media & Sport have too much time on their hands. It’s absurd.”
The guide warns “excessive consumption of alcohol or drunken behaviour” will not be tolerated.
BBQs are banned.
King Charles III and Queen Camilla will travel to the 11am service in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach, drawn by six Windsor Grey horses.
The Household Cavalry will escort.
Their majesties will return to Buckingham Palace in the Gold State Coach.