King Charles Faced ‘Not My King’ Protests At A Recent Royal Outing

February 17, 2023 / Posted by:

I think everyone knew after Queen Elizabeth‘s passing the impending reign of her son King Charles would be as welcome as stubbing your toe two times in one night. To say he’s not receiving a warm welcome would be an understatement, and his family continues sinking into the shambles of its former messiness since things have gotten much worse. Charles’ “subjects” do not want to be bothered with him or his ride-or-die sidepiece wife Queen Consort Camilla. So a few of his royal subjects reminded him that their Yelp review of his job performance still remains at “Would not recommend” during a recent royal outing.

According to People, Charles took to the streets for a little face time with the people. But since the people don’t like his face, some of them wanted to remind him just how much they can’t stand him. ┬áIt all took place in Milton Keynes, which recently was granted city status and so Charles was there to celebrate that. Charles descended upon Milton Keynes with his forced smile by himself since Camilla was at home recovering from COVID. And honestly, Charles probably should have stayed home as well since he was greeted by a few protesters who informed him he will not now, nor ever, be their King.

The King, 74, traveled to Milton Keynes on Thursday to celebrate its new status as a city, a classification awarded during Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. As he arrived at the Church of Christ the Cornerstone, protestors raised yellow signs reading “Not My King.”

Royals correspondent Richard Palmer of the Daily Express tweeted that there were about 20 protestors there. The effort was organized by the anti-monarchy group Republic, which plans to protest King Charles’ coronationon May 6.

The King appeared to ignore the protestors and seemed to be in good spirits as he shook hands with people who came out to see him, some waving Union Jack flags. As seen in a video shared on Twitter by Heart News East, a chorus of “God Save the King” rang out in a show of support.

Luckily, with the price of eggs skyrocketing to the value of diamonds Charles avoided another impromptu food fight at the hands of protesters. So the rest of the visit went on as planned, but a part of me believes that as soon as King Charles returned to his horse and buggy for the jaunt back home, he collapsed into a washing of tears while hearing the “Not MY King!” chants fade into the background. Cheer up, buddy! Because the ones you’ll hear at the coronation will be far worse.

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