Katy Perry, Take That, Andrea Bocelli and Lionel Richie will perform at King Charles III’s coronation concert on May 7 at Windsor Castle. “We are bringing the nation together for this once-in-a-generation occasion, broadcast exclusively across the BBC live from Windsor Castle,” Charlotte Moore, the BBC’s chief content officer, said in a statement Friday. When his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, died on September 8 at 96, a 70-year reign ended, and Charles succeeded to the throne. Why do you think there isn’t as much fanfare over King Charles’ coronation as there was for his mother? Do you think the monarchy is relevant?