Coronation orders of service are being flogged online for £400 by greedy guests of the King

GUESTS at the Coronation are cashing in on the King’s hospitality — by flogging orders of service.

Several have emerged on auction site eBay, with bids up to £400.


The Coronation Order Of Service has been spotted going for £400 on online auction website eBay

One seller included photos from Westminster Abbey to show the document was “not a mock-up”.

The hawker, of Barry, South Wales, wrote: “I have amazing memories but would rather someone with a passion for the royals owned it.”

They wrote: “Coronation of King Charles Ill and Queen Camilla-Official Order of Service. Given to me on my attendance at Westminster Abbey, in near perfect condition, used just for the service itself.

“Further proof of attendance can be provided at request.

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“I also have a very expensive young daughter. I was supporting someone else to attend so was fortunate enough to be invited as a plus one.

“This is a genuine order of service given to me on the day, it is not a copy, print or mock up.”

Others were selling blank invitations and orders of service handed out to the media covering the ceremony

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