Royal fans left confused by two famous faces attending the King's coronation
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People have been left baffled after spotting two particular famous faces arriving at King Charles' coronation service.
Russell Crowe's invite may have got lost in the post to attend King Charles III's coronation service, however, apparently Dynamo and Kelly Jones' did not.
The magician - real name Steven Frayne - and the Welsh singer-songwriter have been spotted by eagle-eyed viewers arriving at Westminster Abbey for the service today (Saturday, 6 May).
People have since flocked to social media in confusion over how the duo managed to magic up an invite.
Fear not, because it's not quite as random as it first seems.
One Twitter user wrote: "This coronation is so bizarre. Got Kier Starmer, Dynamo and Katy Perry in the same room whilst a conductor is channeling his inner Skrillex in the next room #Coronation."
Another said: "Who does the guest list for this Coronation?? Ant and Dec???"
"Sitting down to write the guest list for this thing…Lionel Richie, Katy Perry, Nick Cave, Professor McGonagall…oh, mustn’t forget Queen Emma and King Kenneth…Adam Hills… #Coronation," a third commented.
A fourth wrote: "Typical bloody guest list. Katy Perry and Dynamo."
A final resolved: "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."
Dynamo and Jones are two of over 2,200 people who are set to attend the coronation service and while the magician and musician's invites may seem a rogue decision to some viewers, both do actually have links to King Charles.
Dynamo is one of a whole host of celebrities connected to The Prince's Trust - a charity set up by King Charles in 1976. The charity gave the magician a business start-up loan, advice and 'support no one else would' - as per Telegraph and Argus.
Similarly, Jones - lead singer, guitarist and founder of Stereophonics - has spoken out about the support the rock band received from The Prince's Trust in not only aiding funding but 'helping them get heard'.
Other well-known names linked to the trust - and in attendance at the service - include presenters Ant and Dec who are goodwill ambassadors of the organisation.
Viewers were also surprised to see singer Katy Perry at the service, perhaps even more so than Dynamo and Jones.
While Perry doesn't have any links to The Prince's Trust, she was appointed by King Charles as an ambassador for the British Asian Trust in 2019.
She's also set to perform at the coronation concert at Windsor Castle on Sunday (7 May) - one of just two US musicians invited by the new King - the other singer set to perform being Lionel Richie.