On Sunday, there will be street festivities, a huge lunch, and a Coronation concert.
Thousands of street parties and lunches are planned on Sunday, ahead of a star-studded concert on the second day of the Coronation celebrations.
The Royal Family will visit community engagements during the day before watching Katy Perry and Take That play at Windsor Castle later in the evening.
The more relaxed atmosphere of Sunday’s celebrations follows the inauguration of King Charles and Queen Camilla on Saturday.
The pair conveyed their best wishes to guests attending celebratory dinners.
The King and Queen expressed their hopes for a “truly enjoyable event for everyone” in a statement posted on the Royal Family’s official Instagram account.
The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh will visit a Coronation Big Lunch in Cranleigh, Surrey, while the Princess Royal and her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, will attend a Swindon community street party.
Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, daughters of the Duke of York, will also attend a large lunch in Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire.
Later that evening, at 20:00 BST, the Coronation Concert will be broadcast live on BBC One and BBC Radio 2.
A world-class orchestra will perform a variety of musical favorites with performances by renowned stars such as Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, Take That, Olly Murs, and Paloma Faith.
The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera House, The Royal Shakespeare Company, The Royal College of Music, and The Royal College of Art will also perform together.
People have already begun to line up for the event, including Olly Murs fans Jess, 24, from Manchester, and Rachel, 21, from Essex, who won tickets in a public ballot.
The couple got up at 04:30 BST to travel to Windsor, where they found themselves at the head of the line on the Long Walk.