A video has surfaced on the internet showing a horse taking part in the coronation hurling back into the crowd after it appeared frightened. The incident happened minutes after King Charles III returned to Buckingham Palace from Westminster Abbey.
The horse nearly collided with an equestrian member of the King’s Royal Family just yards behind the Gold State Coach carrying Charles and Queen Camilla, New York Post Office report.
Watch the video here:
During today’s coronation of England’s King Charles III, an agitated horse, part of the royal procession, charged into the audience watching the event in the streets of London. pic.twitter.com/29RXPOwK2e
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Footage shows amazed spectators getting out of the way of the frightened animal as the metal fence collapses.
Military personnel, expecting casualties, brought stretchers to the scene, Wales Online reported – but no one appeared to be injured so badly that they needed it.
According to a Independence Reportedly, the public stood behind it and managed to get away, and it is assumed that no one was injured in the incident.
Meanwhile, Charles III was crowned king of Great Britain and the 14 kingdoms of the Commonwealth on Saturday at England’s first coronation in 70 years, in a ceremony filled with ceremony and spectacle. spanning millennia.
Charles, 74, becomes the oldest monarch yet to be crowned at Westminster Abbey in London, after a lifetime as heir to his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II.