The list has included recipients from areas including the ceremony’s orchestra conductor, to the clerk who arranged the seating plan at Westminster Abbey, along with police officers tasked with security measures and even the Archbishop of Canterbury.
With that said, Edward Fitzalan-Howard, the 18rh Duke of Norfolk, who was the mastermind of both the King’s Coronation and Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, was highly tipped by many as a potential recipient of the honours.
However, the omission of the 67-year-old Duke from the list may have surprised many royal onlookers, especially since his perceived snub in Charles’s birthday honours in June.
The two didn’t see eye to eye at the time, according to reports, with claims the Duke, who is the most senior peer in the land, shoehorned unwelcome reforms to modernise the Coronation, according to MailOnline.
There was also claims he was sidelined due to a six-month driving ban, after he was caught using a mobile phone behind the wheel and running a red light.
Word from royal insiders though, is that all hope is not lost, with suggestions the Duke may just have to wait a few months.
The Duke tried to avoid his driving ban by claiming he needed his licence in order to arrange the King’s Coronation, leading some to view him as a liability.
The Duke could be a recipient for The Order of the Garter, an honour bestowed upon his grandfather, the 16th Duke of Norfolk, which is usually handed out on St. George’s Day, on April 23.
Despite any potential feelings of a snub, King Charles wrote him a ”wonderful letter” thanking him for organising the Coronation.
Last year, the Duke, who was close to the late Queen, confirmed the end of his 34-year marriage to Georgina, the mother of his five children.
Three months later, he married Francesca Herbert, the ex-wife of Harry Herbert, son of the 7th Earl of Carnarvon.
Buckingham Palace declined to comment on the matter.
Meanwhile, the King’s New Years Honours list includes prominent public figures, including Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis, Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke, JD Wetherspoon founder Tim Martin, and best-selling writer Jilly Cooper.