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Quiz: How well do you know what Britain thinks of the Royal Family?

Our 10-question multiple choice quiz will test your Royal popularity knowledge to the limit - with questions on everything from who’s the most popular Royal to who Britons wanted to succeed Queen Elizabeth.

Britain's Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth, Prince George, Prince William, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge stand on the balcony during the Platinum Pageant, marking the end of the celebrations for the Platinum Jubilee last June. (Reuters)
The Queen appears with other members of the Royal Family on the Buckingham Palace balcony during her Platinum Jubilee celebrations. (Reuters)

King Charles's coronation is just days away and we want to know how well you know what the British public thinks about the Royal Family?

The popularity of the royals is certainly in the spotlight at the moment - a recent poll revealed only three in 10 Britons think their monarchy is ‘very important’, the lowest proportion on record.

So while the UK is often seen as a nation of monarchists, to what extent is that really true?

Our 10-question multiple choice quiz will test your royal popularity knowledge to the limit – with questions on everything from who’s the most popular royal to who Britons wanted to succeed Queen Elizabeth.

Buckingham is hoping for a bounce in royal popularity following a tough recent history.

Support for the House of Windsor took a hit this year following the release of Harry’s memoirs, Spare, and revelations in the Sussexes' Netflix documentary.

Prince Andrew’s challenges have also mired the Royal Family in controversy – and he has been urged to pack his bags and quit public life for good.

Despite this, the coronation will certainly bring millions of people together for a weekend of celebration.

People across the UK are expected to hold street parties to celebrate the King, while thousands are expected at the coronation concert, that will feature performers including Katy Perry and Lionel Richie.

The concert takes place the day after the coronation, where an estimated 1.2 million people are expected to line the streets.

Watch: Future of the Monarchy: Will the Royals be brought down by their own dark past?