Royal Visit: Where to see the King and Queen in Jersey

We can now reveal the locations the King and Queen will visit when they come to Jersey on 15 July.

The Royal Visit of King Charles III and Queen Camilla will take place in St Helier.

The programme includes a Royal Gun Salute, a parade and a tea party.

We're told there will be plenty of opportunities for islanders to get involved and catch a glimpse of the royals.

Public viewing areas are being set up in the Royal Square, outside the Pomme D'Or Hotel, Liberation Square and at People's Park.

They'll also be a live stream on the Government of Jersey's Facebook page for those unable to get to be there in person

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Whilst exact timings are yet to be confirmed, this is the order in which the programme of events planned for Their Majesties are expected to go:

Royal Gun Salute

When King Charles and Queen Camilla arrive, they will first see the final seven rounds of a 21 Royal Gun Salute by 1781 Militia at People’s Park, firing the Duke of Edinburgh Battery.

They will receive a salute from the Battery Commander Terry Underwood, then they continue their journey to the Royal Square.

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States Sitting of the Royal Court

Their Majesties will be led to the Royal Square by the Royal Mace of 1663 - which was gifted to the island by Charles II.

A special sitting of the States Assembly will take place, paying homage to the royals.

Jersey Expo Event

King Charles III and Queen Camilla will travel to Weighbridge Place to tour what's being called the 'Jersey Expo Event'.

We're told this will feature a variety of different stalls which showcase different areas of the island, such as its agriculture industry.

The expo will be open to the public after the Royals leave until 6pm. Islanders can also have a look around the following day, Tuesday 16 July, from 10am - 4pm.

The King's Colour

Their majesties will be escorted to the entrance of the Pomme D'Or Hotel, where King Charles will present the new King's Colour to the Jersey Sea Cadets.

Liberation Square on Liberation Day 2024

The King's Parade

Queen Camilla and King Charles will experience a parade - Jersey style.

There'll be a march past, comprised of the Band of the Island of Jersey, Jersey Field Squadron, Veterans, Blue Light services, Cadet units, Scouts and Guides.

Community Tea Party

Their Majesties will finish their stay in Jersey with a community tea party,  meeting specially-selected islanders who have been invited to Liberation Square.


For islanders looking to get involved with the celebrations, there will be live entertainment taking place in and around St Helier throughout the afternoon. 

This will include a family entertainment area in Parade Gardens with bouncy castles, food vendors and a large screen to watch the live stream on.

We're told that further details as to where the general public viewing areas will be positioned will be shared later, along with information about road closures in and around St Helier.

Monday 15 July has been declared a public holiday for the Royal Visit.

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