Katy Perry really gave the people what they wanted at King Charles’ coronation.
The global superstar had the nation gripped throughout the day as even those who were confused that she was attending the monumental service at Westminster Abbey were soon very thankful that she was there.
Arriving in a show-stopping Vivienne Westwood pink outfit, she immediately turned heads with her humongous hat as she entered the abbey.
Just moments later she unwittingly became the most talked about attendee of the coronation when she proved to be just like the rest of us as we watched her struggling to find her seat, asking strangers for directions until she eventually found her place.
Thankfully, she seemed to find the fascination as hysterical as we did as she tweeted: ‘Don’t worry guys i found my seat.’
It didn’t end there for the singer though as on her way out she stumbled over, almost face-planting the ground and ruining what was without a doubt one of the fashion highlights of the day.
Hopefully there will be more of this chaotic energy when she takes to the stage on Sunday for the king’s coronation concert where she’s performing alongside the likes of Take That and her American Idol co-star Lionel Richie.
Perry first met Charles back in 2019 at an event in Mumbai before he appointed her ambassador for the British Asian Trust.
Tonight she’ll be staying at Windsor castle and has promised fans she’ll be sharing plenty of pics throughout her stay.
Speaking of the invite and what inspired her to accept, she told Extra: ‘It was very regal. It was like a cursive I have never seen [before]… I loved it. It was beautiful.
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‘I was so grateful to get the honor because I’m an ambassador to one of his foundations for the British Asian trust, which primarily focuses on ending child trafficking, which is a huge issue of our time that people don’t talk enough about, and it just aligned with all my values…
‘I’m going there as an ambassador and he asked me to sing, and it all aligned.’
The concert will be broadcast live from Windsor castle on the BBC on Sunday night.
The coronation was unsurprisingly packed with celebrity guests with Stephen Fry and Dame Emma Thompson among the first to arrive at 7.30am before the service began at 11am.
Ant and Dec followed, posing for selfies with fans and had viewers in stitches when they were caught trying to stifle their giggles during the service like naughty school children.
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