ANTI-ROYALISTS and eco-zealots have been warned not to try to ruin King Charles’ big day — as the eyes of the world turn towards Britain.
Minister for the Coronation Lucy Frazer said it would be “extremely disappointing” if far—Left activists decided to target the event on May 6.
The spectacular day will see world leaders and royalty arrive in London to watch Charles, 74, and Camilla, 75, officially crowned King and Queen at Westminster Abbey.
Among the high-profile guests will be French president Emmanuel Macron and US First Lady Jill Biden.
The Met will mount one of the biggest policing operations in its history to ensure the celebrations take place without a hitch, Ms Frazer said.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun on Sunday, Ms Frazer said millions worldwide are looking forward to the day.
She sought to reassure Brits that security would be beefed up where needed to ensure matters go smoothly.
She said: “It’s a moment of great celebration of what is brilliant about Britain — and I think it would be extremely disappointing if anyone sought to disrupt that.
“It’s our job to make sure the coronation passes safely and securely and we’re working very closely with the police to ensure that happens.
“We will be seeing the right amount of security presence. We want to ensure that there isn’t disruption.”
All police leave is expected to be cancelled, with extra cops drafted in as the great and the good descend on the capital to see history unfold.
Yet monarchy-haters in campaign group Republic are plotting to cause chaos in London as well as other towns and cities.
The main protest is due to take place between Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square — near the Coronation Day procession.
Details are on the group’s Facebook page, which uses the hashtag #NotMyKing.
It states: “Join hundreds of thousands of people protesting the coronation.
“These are unprecedented times. We urgently need an upgrade to our politics — and 2023 can be the year things change.”
The group has a yellow pledge card with Charles’ profile stamped on it which protesters are urged to sign to co-ordinate their disruption.
Meanwhile, Just Stop Oil, whose members have caused chaos by sticking themselves to roads to block traffic, have “not ruled out” targeting Coronation Day with protests.
Millions of patriotic Brits, however, are gearing up to enjoy the coronation, which is part of a four-day royal bonanza.
Tens of thousands will be getting out the Union Jack bunting for street parties.
More than 100,000 are expected to watch the ceremony on big screens throughout the UK
As the vast majority enjoy themselves, police will be on high alert for activists who want to seize on the historic occasion to cause trouble.
Republic used Queen Elizabeth II’s death last year to agitate for the end of the monarchy and King Charles was egged twice by activists on walkabouts late last year.