After a busy morning in whichKing Carlos III and his wife, Queen CamillaThey were attacked by a young man throwing eggs, one of the most emotional incidents the new monarchs recorded since the death of Queen Elizabeth II on 8 December.
yes, Carlos III and Camilla inaugurate the first posthumous statue of Queen Elizabeth II, which is located in York Minster. Although all the media had turned their eyes to the new monarchs, it looked like the couple would ignore the attack and give more priority to the monument.
King Carlos and Camilla, of the United Kingdom, met in york ministerWith various city officials and the general public attending the unveiling of the statue of Queen Elizabeth II. An event led by the Archbishop of York to commemorate the late Emperor.
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The statue of Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom was placed in front of York Minster, and was Commissioned to Celebrate Historic Platinum JubileeIt is celebrated by the late Queen and her family over an extended bank holiday weekend in June, where the monarch was present for a variety of activities.
The piece was created by local stonemason Richard Bossons and stands two meters tall, p.He is 1.1 tons and made of lepine limestone from France. During the inauguration, the Archbishop said: “The late Queen was always attentive to the welfare of her people during her lifetime. Now her image will see what Queen Elizabeth Square will be for centuries to come.”
it has been First statue of Elizabeth II to be discovered after her deathAnd. Speaking before the arrival of the King and Queen in York, local Archbishop Stephen Cottrell called the unveiling of the statue a historic moment for the city: “It’s a really good thing for York that he (King) is here. It’s a very It’s an important and very exciting moment.”
The event that took place at the inauguration of the statue of Elizabeth II
When King Carlos III and Queen Camilla welcomed at York Minster, Faced with an incident that almost cast a shadow over the unveiling of a statue of Queen Elizabeth II, A man hiding within the crowd attempted to throw eggs at royal figures as they were greeting members of the public gathered in the center of town.
Video footage captured the moment several officers burst onto the ground behind a metal fence to throw the man, as the surrounding crowd cheered the royals and chanted “God save the king”. After the arrest, the program continued as planned.
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The Daily Mail’s royal editor, Rebecca English, reported: “The big incident here in York when a lone protester tried to throw an egg at the king.” He said andIt looked like the man was alleging that Britain was “built on the blood of slavery”.,