not just Prince Harry sat in the third row, away from his father and brother at Westminster Abbey on Saturday. his vision at King Charles’ coronation appears to be blocked by an aggressive vertical red feather sprouting from Princess Anne’s aunt’s military hat.
Photos from the Coronation show the Royal Princess taking turns smiling and striding, as well as she can be seen donning the most dramatic outfit of the day like Charles‘ official bodyguard.
AnneColonel of the Blues and Royals since 1998, has worn her regiment uniform with dark blue Thistle Mantle and Thistle Collar, Garter Sash, Garter Star, Thistle Star, GCVO Star, full-size medal, KCVO Star and Companion of the Order of decorative antique bath. Hello! report The Thistle cape is made “of dark green velvet with a white taffeta lining, and features a hand-embroidered gold badge and a smarter blue velvet hood.”
“I had a role as Colonel of the Blues and Royals in the Household Cavalry regiment as the Gold Stick,” said Anne. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in a recent interview. “And the Gold Stick was the original close guard officer. So that’s the role I was asked if I wanted to take on this coronation, so I agreed. On top of that, it solved my outfit problem.”
After the coronation, the Princess Royal remained on horseback, as the “Golden Staff Awaiting” leading 6,000 members of the armed forces from the Abbey, down the Mall to Buckingham Palace. — a particularly strong leadership image as it was at the Shopping Center that one night in 1974, Anne was the subject of a kidnapping plot.
A man named Ian Ball tells Anne that he intends to kidnap her and hold her for ransom. He asked her to get out of the car (who shot and wounded 4 men, including her own police officer, who were trying to protect her).
“Damn unlikely,” was Anne’s supposed reply.
“They were all very angry; I kept saying I didn’t want to get out of the car, and I wasn’t going to get out of the car,” she later told officers. “I almost lost my temper with him, but I knew that if I did, I should hit him and he would shoot me.”
For a long time, Anne was most famous for telling newspaper photographers to “sleep in” in the early 1980s, though some photographers say her real choice of words is the word.
While the role of CharlesBodyguards are ceremonial, experts say, and it also reflects the relationship between Charles and Anne, experts say.
“She is the one with whom the king has known the longest,” royal commentator Wesley Kerr OBE says Press man. “She can be relied on for total discretion and unconditional love. Anne is wise, intelligent, extremely attached to the modern UK. She fully understands who and what shaped him and wants him to succeed: for their beloved parents, for the country and for the Commonwealth.”
However, Anne is notoriously no-nonsense, hardworking, not overly concerned with Charles’s plan for a reduced monarchy, telling CBC that it was initially proposed “when there were a few more people around.” ,” which means a few more people the royal family works for.
She added: “From where I am standing, I can tell it’s not a good idea. I’m not sure what else we can do.” During the interview, Anne was also asked how she thought her brother would take the throne. She replied, “You know what you’re getting because he’s been practicing a bit and I don’t think he’s going to change.”
And no one felt it, nor did Princess Anne.