The king of the United Kingdom apostrophized on the cost of energy – RT in French

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King Charles III was challenged by a man when he came to Cardiff, where hundreds of Welsh were present to welcome him. “While we are struggling to heat our homes, we have to pay for your parade!” he told her.

“While we struggle to heat our homes, we have to pay for your parade!” It is in these terms that a man challenged the new monarch of the United Kingdom, Charles III, when he came on September 16 to Cardiff, the capital of Wales. The intervention of the fellow present in the public ended when a security guard intervened to avoid delaying the king in his journey.

Anyway, it probably did not disturb the ex-prince Charles who, after a brief look addressed to his interlocutor, continued the greetings to the rest of the crowd obviously more conquered by his arrival.

Barely a week after the enthronement of Charles Philip Arthur George as King of England, the sequence has gone viral since it has already accumulated several million views on the social network Twitter alone.

Four days earlier, as the King traveled to Parliament in London to receive condolences from both Houses, two protesters, a man and a woman, held up papers reading ‘Not my King’, ‘Abolition of the Monarchy’ and “End of Feudalism”, on the sidewalk facing the Palace of Westminster. The intervention of the police to put aside these opponents of the monarchy had then led to criticism relating to the respect of freedom of expression.

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