The countdown is on until the Coronation and the Princess of Wales and other senior female royals are rushing to finalise fittings for their outfits after rows over tiaras.
There’s only three weeks to go until King Charles and Queen Camilla’s historic crowning and organisers are facing a ‘race against time’ to finalise details before May 6, writes The Mirror.
A source said royal aides are working extremely hard to ensure everything is perfect for the big day.
Planning for the big event has faced some hurdles including whether the royal women will wear tiaras into the church before the Queen Consort enters the Abbey.
One source has said that indecision between the households had also led to rows over what tiaras the female royals should wear.
They added: “Senior female royals were only informed of outfits this week prompting a rush to finalise fitting arrangements.”
In recent weeks it has been suggested that royal ladies such as Kate and Sophie, the Duchess of Edinburgh, might not don tiaras on the day.
At the last Coronation, nearly all royal women wore tiaras and at George VI’s crowning in 1937, a young Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret even wore small crowns.
However, according to PEOPLE, the decision about the tiaras is still ongoing with many royal watchers desperate to see members of the Firm wearing their finest gowns and jewellery for the ceremony.