Buckingham Palace Is Trying To Secure More Spaces At The Coronation From Westminster Abbey.

The King Wants To Maximize The Capacity Of The Abbey To Reflect A Diverse Congregation.

The Coronation Will Be More Inclusive Than Queen Elizabeth II's, With Less Politicians, Peers, And Aristocrats.

Religious Leaders, The King's Godchildren, Current And Past Prime Ministers, Foreign Royalty, Global Leaders, And Parliamentarians Will Attend The Event.

Only 20 MP’s And 20 Peers Are Expected To Be Invited, Causing Outrage Among Politicians.

The Cabinet Office will invite based on party representation, geographic location, age, and background.

The Palace Hopes To Allocate Any Extra Places To Foreign Dignitaries Or Charity Leaders Rather Than More Politicians.

The Coronation Will Be Significantly Smaller In Scale Than Queen Elizabeth Ii's Coronation, With No Scaffolding Erected To Accommodate Large Numbers.

The Final Decision On Who Will Attend Will Disappoint Many, Causing Dissent Among The Ranks.