: American tourists may help take the sting out of King Charles III’s very expensive coronation


A royal party now, a taxpayer hangover later.

That’s the price that must be paid for a once-in-a-lifetime event: King Charles III’s May 6 coronation that’s expected to top the record-breaking coronation of his mother, the late Queen Elizabeth II, though an incoming hoard of tourists may balance that out.

While her late majesty’s 1953 crowning…

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