Videos of an “angry” person King Charles III It went viral on the internet after the new king was caught sulking and pointing at his royal aides during the ceremony in which he was officially declared king.
after death Queen Elizabeth II On Thursday, the Accession Council made the official announcement of King Charles on Saturday. However, moments before signing the Declaration of Accession, the King found himself compelled to frantically signal to his aides to vacate the office where he was to ink his name on the documents.
Watch the video below:
Charles covered up the breaking of the wind when he took over by waving and blaming the pens and ink box on eh and the pen and ink. pic.twitter.com/ZfW3cNPMIN
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In the clip, King Charles appeared frustrated by the presence of a pen box and a point of ink on the small desk, which also had to fit large documents. He signaled to his assistants to vacate the office, rearranging the items.
Once the documents had been placed, King Charles again signaled to one of his aides to remove the box of pens from the table, allowing him space to sign the historic document.
Points at an assistant through folded teeth to keep something out of his way pic.twitter.com/SSe8j8VeUz
– Emma Devlin (@theactualemma) September 10, 2022
This embarrassing moment caught the attention of many social media users. While some found the moment funny, others found it surprisingly appropriate. One user wrote “first day at work and he’s already tired. lol”. Another added, “Given the situation, I will also be upset.”
Meanwhile, during the ceremony, the 73-year-old took his vows as the new king, saying he was “deeply familiar” with the “duties and heavy responsibility of the Sovereign”. He stated that his mother, who died Thursday in Balmoral, “gave an example of the lifelong service and selflessness” he had promised.
In his first address to the nation the next day, King Charles said: “As the Queen herself has done with such unwavering fidelity, I also solemnly pledge now, for all the remaining time God grants me, to uphold constitutional principles in the heart of our nation.” Saturday.