Concert to celebrate coronation of King Charles held at Windsor Castle

A celebratory concert featuring famous performers has been held at Windsor Castle in the suburbs of London, following the coronation ceremony of King Charles III on Saturday.

About 20,000 people chosen by lottery packed the grounds of the castle on Sunday. King Charles, Queen Camilla and other royal family members attended the event.

The performers included some of the biggest names in music, such as Lionel Richie and Katy Perry, who sang their hit songs.

Singers from 14 Commonwealth countries that have King Charles as their head of state also performed.

The show featured choirs of people with hearing disabilities, as well as LGBTQ singing groups, apparently reflecting King Charles' emphasis on diversity.

The king appeared to be relaxed, clapping his hands to the music and waving a Union Jack flag.

The king's eldest son, Prince William, also took to the stage to pay tribute to his father.

The prince said that for over 50 years King Charles has dedicated himself to serve others in every corner of the UK, across the Commonwealth and across the world. He noted that the king pledged to continue his service at the coronation ceremony.

The prince added, "Pa, we are all so proud of you."