We're knee deep into the Cory Bobs now, with Charlie boy and Camilla having just been officially crowned.
The star-studded event has seen some of the biggest names around packed into Westminster Abbey to witness the historic ritual.
Ant and Dec couldn't believe their luck that they made the cut.
As well as dozens of leaders from around the world, the likes of Lionel Ritchie, Bear Grylls, and Katy Perry managed to bag themselves an invite.
And among the sea of famous faces, cheeky chappies Ant and Dec were spotted giggling like little kids as they sat in the pews waiting for the king's arrival.
Some even joked that they looked a little spaced out.
"Ant and Dec are… on shrooms?" quipped one, sharing a brief clip of the pair.
Another said: "Ant and Dec about to pull the maddest Saturday Night Takeaway prank."
"Ant and Dec at the coronation looking like they are the groomsmen at Matt’s wedding, talking about the stag do in Ibiza," put a third.
While someone else added: "Appreciative of Ant and Dec even sitting in the correct order for the Cory Nashe."
Speaking outside Westminster Abbey this morning, the pair said they couldn't believe they were invited to the big day.
"It is a privilege – an honour and a privilege – to be here today," said Ant.
Dec said he thought it was a joke when he received the letter.
"It's quite surreal when the invite comes through and it's quite an ornate invite and it comes through the door and you think, 'Hang on a minute, is it finally our time to get wound up?'" he told Good Morning Britain.
"Is someone having us on here because this is a really good wind up' and no, apparently it was true and here we are!"
As well as the I'm a Celeb presenters, another who made the guest list was street magician Dynamo.
One viewer joked: "Heavy that Charles doesn’t have enough mates so had to invite Kelly Jones and Dynamo to his coronation.
"These are the faces of two men that feel very much out of their depth."
Another commented: "I can’t believe Huw Edwards didn’t recognise the world’s greatest magician Dynamo smh."
If you were a little confused by his appearance, there's a very good explanation.
It turns out that Dynamo - real name Steven Frayne - is an ambassador for the Prince's Trust, which helped him in the early days of his career.
He once said: "My Grandad inspired me to be a magician and I was desperate to make him proud. That's when I turned to The Prince's Trust.
"They gave me advice, inspiration and a small cash grant to help me build a career. The rest, as they say, is history."Featured Image Credit: BBC