The BBC is making a one-off change to the license fee for the King's coronation weekend.

Venues can now air coronation coverage on May 6 and the concert on May 7 without a licence.

The exception is granted in "extraordinary circumstances," and the event must be of "national importance" and shown in public.

Examples of venues include churches, town halls, cinemas, and concert halls.

The decision on whether an event is of national importance is taken on a case-by-case basis.

The Palace worked closely with Downing Street and the Foreign Office to make the guest list for the coronation.

Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex have been officially invited, but it hasn't been decided if they will go or not.

Some traditional rituals are expected to be axed, while others will be retained.

Charles's coronation is expected to be shorter than previous ones, with suggestions that it could last just one hour.