Queen Elizabeth II passed away last week at 96 years old and most of UK’s national life was put on hold to mourn their loss. After her Majesty’s passing, her son Charles III has been proclaimed as the new King of England. It was then reported that the late Queen left her daughter-in-law and great daughter-in-law, current Queen Consort Camilla and Meghan Markle out of her last will.
There have been lots of news surrounding the Royal family over the past few days and now with the sudden big changes, there will be a lot more to uncover about the late Queen, the current Monarch and the future of the world. Speaking of the Royal family, during the Queen’s coffin procession, her son Prince Andrew was recently marred by an angry protestor.
Somebody yells out, “Andrew, you’re a sick old man” to Prince Andrew, who is walking behind Queen Elizabeth’s coffin pic.twitter.com/M6DsyuPLXR
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) September 12, 2022
Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral is expected to be held on 19th September where she will be buried at her final resting place at Windsor Castle. Earlier today, King Charles III and other members of the Royal family took part in the Queen’s coffin’s procession in Edinburgh. Suddenly, an angry protestor started screaming at Prince Andrew who was walking behind the Queen’s coffin.
“Andrew, you’re a sick old man!” yelled the protestor. It appeared that he had a lot more to say but his voice was drowned by the crowd singing “God Save The King”. The man was immediately arrested for the disorderly conduct. When questioned by local reporters about his actions, the protestor named Rory answered, “Powerful men shouldn’t be allowed to commit sexual crimes and get away with it”.
Rory’s statement is referring to Prince Andrew’s scandal where he was allegedly one of several prominent figures to have been involved in sexual activities with a minor later identified as Virginia Giuffre which resulted in him to be stripped of all his royal and military duties with the approval of the late Queen.
Spoke to the protestor who was arrested on the Royal Mile today for shouting abuse at Prince Andrew during the Queen’s procession – his name is Rory, here’s what he had to say: pic.twitter.com/8GTwnVGLF7
— Joseph Anderson (@janderson_news) September 12, 2022
In other news, one secret letter by the Queen was recently discovered in Australia. According to 7NEWS Australia, a locked vault containing the handwritten letter is in a historic building in Sydney and is addressed to the people of Sydney. The letter was written by the late British Monarch back in November 1986 and is instructed to be opened in 2085.
The contents of the letter are obviously still unknown, but it was speculated that the Queen wanted to thank Sydney for saving and renovating the historic building, after it was almost demolished to make way for a parking lot.