For a few days after their coronation, King Charles III and Queen Camilla visited the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, taking in the refurbished gardens and attending church. Now back in London, they are still celebrating the coronation, receiving a few unexpected gifts. At the British Fashion Council Foundation ceremony, David Beckham presented the King with a jar of honey from his Oxfordshire bees. The King, a beekeeper at his Highgrove estate, was taken aback by the surprise. Beckham remarked, “It’s from my bees in Oxfordshire.” Charles gave the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design to Foday Dumbuya, founder and creative director of Labrum London. Dumbuya, who started the label in 2014, dedicated the award to Sierra Leoneans living in London. For their first engagement after the coronation, on Wednesday, the King and Queen went to Covent Gardens, then to St. Paul’s church to learn about the Drama For Healing Group. Charles did not attend the London ceremony celebrating the Prince’s Trust, which was announcing a new list of awardees, but invited the young winners to Buckingham Palace for a reception. He also welcomed the new Scottish Prime Minister Humza Yousaf for an audience. On Thursday, Camilla visited Shirehampton Primary School in Bristol to announce the Coronation Libraries Project, an initiative of her patronage, the National Literacy Trust, to open fifty new school libraries in honour of this year’s celebrations. The Queen was given a collection of 23 books chosen by 12,000 schoolchildren across the nation in tribute to the coronation. Shirehampton Primary School’s headteacher Louisa Munton praised the Queen’s commitment to literature: “To share with her the difference our new library will make to the school community was a privilege,” she said. “The children of Shirehampton have great ambitions and to work alongside some of the famous and renowned authors and illustrators was an extraordinary opportunity, helping them to understand how books can lead to future careers.” The King and Queen have been celebrating the coronation and receiving gifts. David Beckham gifted the King a jar of honey from his bees, and Camilla announced the Coronation Libraries Project, an initiative of her patronage, the National Literacy Trust, to open fifty new school libraries in honour of this year’s celebrations. The Queen was presented with a collection of 23 books chosen by 12,000 schoolchildren across the nation in honour of the coronation.