He King Charles III has experienced a difficult visit to the city of Milton Keyneslocated in the county of Buckinghamshire, 45 miles northwest of London.
the absence of his wife, Camila Parker, due to having tested positive for coronavirus, has made the visit more uncomfortable than anticipated. During the visit, the monarch attended an event for members of the local community and organizations at the Church of Christ the Cornerstone, before visiting the city’s Food Bank.
However, the king’s visit Charles III has been interrupted by a group of protesters from the group anti-monarchist Republicwho have gathered at the place marked for the visit with posters and banners with messages addressed to King Carlos III and his brother in protest.
The group has received King Charles III between shouts saying:
Not my King! and making references to his brother, the Duke of York.
Despite protests, the King Charles III He has kept his smile and has greeted other citizens who were happy with his presence.
The King has visited the area to mark Milton Keynes’ new city status, after being awarded this recognition as part of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations last year. However, the visit has been very uncomfortable for the monarch who, also on this occasion, has not been able to count on the support of any of his family members, especially his wife, who was unable to attend due to her illness. .