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  • Published on Sep 14, 2022
  • A moment of drama as thousands file past the queen's coffin. A royal guard collapsed while standing beside Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin. Thankfully, two Scotland Yard officers rush to help the guard. For a moment it appeared that King Charles III was also unsteady on his feet after walking for 40 minutes behind her coffin then standing to attention in the hall. Although the king did not partake in public engagements today, Prince William and Kate Middleton shook hands with well-wishers.

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  • drewcliff82
    drewcliff82 14 days ago +16428

    As someone who spent 10 years active duty Army and has spent countless hours in various types of ceremonies I can tell you this happens all the time. Sometimes from dehydration, overheating, illness or locking your legs out. I've seen it many times. Standing at attention for a long period of time is very difficult. I remember when I was stationed in Hawaii we had a change of command ceremony that lasted over 3 hours. We had to stand in formation that while time in a field with no shade and it was 89 degrees out thst day. Absolutely awful.

    • Daniel C
      Daniel C 12 days ago

      @Jackie Alv Maybe but do you know it gathers the UK 49 MILLION pounds annually in tourist income when people visit the "Royal" areas? Not to mention IIRC that a "Royal" has a duty to serve in their armed forces, no arguments allowed? I think Prince Henry was a helo pilot while one of the old Princes, Andrew I think it was, served as a missile decoy helo pilot during the Falklands. Don't just see the benefits, if you asked me to serve as a missile decoy in return for being a "royal", I'll tell you to shove a missile up somewhere lol.

    • shadowfin55
      shadowfin55 12 days ago

      @Random Videos I just said it SC-821 that's the number and city.

    • Farf Agrogarg
      Farf Agrogarg 12 days ago

      Love seeing lock knee drop!

    • Ardita Ismaili
      Ardita Ismaili 13 days ago

      dmsn

  • ItsCrazy
    ItsCrazy 4 days ago

    Whoever’s reading this, I pray that whatever your going through gets better and whatever your struggling with or worrying about is going to be fine 💖

  • Lisa M. Willson
    Lisa M. Willson 13 days ago +56

    As someone who spent 10 years active duty Army and has spent countless hours in various types of ceremonies I can tell you this happens all the time. Sometimes from dehydration, overheating, illness or locking your legs out. I've seen it many times. Standing at attention for a long period of time is very difficult. I remember when I was stationed in Hawaii we had a change of command ceremony that lasted over 3 hours. We had to stand in formation that while time in a field with no shade and it was 89 degrees out thst day. Absolutely awful.

    • 新型コロナは空事です
      新型コロナは空事です 3 days ago

      Do the collasped start twitching like that guy did?! I think not. That is the unusual part, that was also censored from being broadcast. That twitching however is a common thing that happens to people who have had the rona jab, just before they die.

    • Tom Cruz
      Tom Cruz 10 days ago +1

      You posted the exact same comment on another video with a different account. Does the Royal Family Press Secretary have troll farms?

    • Ethan Hogg
      Ethan Hogg 10 days ago +1

      @some people deserve to be humbled 4 good the royal archer who fell was an old man, he’s not active military

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      VULA 10 days ago

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    • BlueBlacky
      BlueBlacky 11 days ago +1

      @some people deserve to be humbled 4 good You try it then?

  • Ole Techie
    Ole Techie 13 days ago +140

    The man is human even though he is king, his fussiness is really much ado about nothing. The man just lost his mother for crying out loud. I don’t care if a mother dies younger or older, it still hurts. Not to mention the fact that he cannot be left alone because of all of the press craziness that he has to deal with during this time. He’s not a robot, he’s allowed to be fussy about some things. Let the man breathe.

    • VULA
      VULA 10 days ago +1

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    • Katrina
      Katrina 10 days ago

      You should watch the interview of his ex-butler. He really is all that lordly and nowhere close to the infantry

    • Nemesis the Slasher™
      Nemesis the Slasher™ 10 days ago +1

      Exactly. Has none of the complainers ever swore because they dropped someone or had something spilled on them? Did he assault his staff or start smashing the place up? No, he swore and got up from his chair. The media truly does make a fuss out of nothing.

    • Ann
      Ann 11 days ago +3

      I think his rude grumpiness over a pen incident was uncalled for and inappropriate, especially with his title. Most of us have been through a close family or friend passing and whilst grieving that does not excuse pathetic behavior like he showed. IMO it was all out pathetic and childish. He's an incredibly privileged person, and it showed how catered-to he really is.

    • Luis Rodriguez
      Luis Rodriguez 11 days ago +6

      He’s been chillling for 76 years and now is under pressure! Too old and grumpy to start to be king now😂

  • Kedo
    Kedo 13 days ago +47

    I can only imagine how tough that could of been for the Queens Guard. The stress of the situation, the overwhelming sadness for Her Majesty's Death, and the hours upon hours of diligent standing watch. I hope the Guard is doing well. God Save The King.

    • Thalmor Agent
      Thalmor Agent 7 hours ago

      True
      A rough time indeed

    • VULA
      VULA 10 days ago +1

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    • I DONT HAV H1N1
      I DONT HAV H1N1 11 days ago +2

      could *have, never "could of"

  • Koketso Ntsoane
    Koketso Ntsoane 14 days ago +9708

    I honestly can't imagine how it feels being a royal guard, I hope the guard is doing ok.

    • random
      random 9 days ago

      @Instagram User don't care

    • VULA
      VULA 10 days ago +1

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    • Polk Grandma
      Polk Grandma 10 days ago

      @Johnny Superior empire of harm and low consciousness... May the fires of karma keep Lizzy The Welfare Queen warm with her mate Jimmy Seville 🙏

    • Polk Grandma
      Polk Grandma 10 days ago

      @Johnny 🤡

  • MoonSpinners
    MoonSpinners 12 days ago +57

    I had many sudden outbursts of frustration and anger after my beloved mum’s death, and I didn’t have the enormous pressure of being a monarch to deal with. Give the King a break!

  • Kedo
    Kedo 13 days ago +6

    For us she was The Queen. For Charles, she was his mother. I have nothing but understanding and empathy for him getting frustrated at a pen. I cant imagine its easy losing a parent, no matter how old you might be. Also, we the everyday people can lock ourselves away and take as much time as we need to mourn and get over the loss of losing someone, for Charles, he's had to spring into action literally over night.

  • Malcolm5252
    Malcolm5252 13 days ago +69

    Anger is a normal reaction after a death. It doesn’t mean he’s a jerk. Calm down people.

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      VULA 10 days ago +1

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  • Tinkle Me 4 [S]E.X
    Tinkle Me 4 [S]E.X 11 days ago +1

    As someone who spent 10 years active duty Army and has spent countless hours in various types of ceremonies I can tell you this happens all the time. Sometimes from dehydration, overheating, illness or locking your legs out. I've seen it many times. Standing at attention for a long period of time is very difficult. I remember when I was stationed in Hawaii we had a change of command ceremony that lasted over 3 hours. We had to stand in formation that while time in a field with no shade and it was 89 degrees out thst day. Absolutely awful.

  • Connor Tran
    Connor Tran 14 days ago +4690

    That impact on the face looks absolutely painful! Hopefully the guard didn’t sustain any major injuries 🙏

    • VULA
      VULA 10 days ago

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    • Mary Allan
      Mary Allan 10 days ago

      @some people deserve to be humbled 4 good 🤮🤮🤮🤮

    • koi
      koi 11 days ago

      @Instagram User BOTT..

    • godbyone andy godby
      godbyone andy godby 13 days ago +1

      @Margaret Currie 100 percent.

  • Still Here
    Still Here 13 days ago +23

    My husband is the King’s age exactly, and if his mother died, and he had to go through all the ceremony, standing, processions, wearing full dress uniform, in summer no less, I imagine he’d be a bit unsteady himself, and entitled to a couple moments of fussiness as well!

  • Travis
    Travis 13 days ago +63

    As a former marine, navy seal, army ranger, fighter pilot, commando, Rambo, 1st battalion, Purple Heart Medal of Honor terminator. I can confirm how hard it is to stand at attention.

    • VULA
      VULA 10 days ago +2

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    • Crown Prince
      Crown Prince 11 days ago

      @xGettinxMoneyx Be blessed 👍🙏

    • xGettinxMoneyx
      xGettinxMoneyx 11 days ago +1

      Trust me bro 😂

    • Crown Prince
      Crown Prince 11 days ago

      Great, but you must be one of the most titled & decorated men in this service?

    • warrax111
      warrax111 13 days ago +1

      As a Rocky, I can confirm, Travis speaking the truth.

  • Susen Join now
    Susen Join now 12 days ago

    As someone who spent 10 years active duty Army and has spent countless hours in various types of ceremonies I can tell you this happens all the time. Sometimes from dehydration, overheating, illness or locking your legs out. I've seen it many times. Standing at attention for a long period of time is very difficult. I remember when I was stationed in Hawaii we had a change of command ceremony that lasted over 3 hours. We had to stand in formation that while time in a field with no shade and it was 89 degrees out thst day. Absolutely awful.

  • 💞Sunny Т@p т0 Ch̴a̴t̴ ̴ ME 💞

    As someone who spent 10 years active duty Army and has spent countless hours in various types of ceremonies I can tell you this happens all the time. Sometimes from dehydration, overheating, illness or locking your legs out. I've seen it many times. Standing at attention for a long period of time is very difficult. I remember when I was stationed in Hawaii we had a change of command ceremony that lasted over 3 hours. We had to stand in formation that while time in a field with no shade and it was 89 degrees out thst day. Absolutely awful.

  • abc xyz
    abc xyz 14 days ago +3094

    When I watched the procession and ceremonies for the queen's death I couldn't but wonder how difficult physically it must be to endure that and I was worried about the older people that took part in these ceremonies who had to stand for hours without moving or in the procession walk such long distances. It's a miracle that not more people collapsed.

    • VULA
      VULA 10 days ago +1

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    • Dagmar Bubolz
      Dagmar Bubolz 13 days ago

      @Katherine Cuellar Charles took part in colonization? Please elaborate.

    • Dagmar Bubolz
      Dagmar Bubolz 13 days ago

      @j b imagine, we can do both.

    • Zac Mumblethunder
      Zac Mumblethunder 14 days ago +1

      @Katherine Cuellar I know 16,000 indigenous Americans died on The Trail Of Tears. Most developed countries and quite a few undeveloped ones have a "problematic" history.

  • L̴en̴a̴ C̴h̴a̴tT ̴ -m̴e̴- 👉t@p

    As someone who spent 10 years active duty Army and has spent countless hours in various types of ceremonies I can tell you this happens all the time. Sometimes from dehydration, overheating, illness or locking your legs out. I've seen it many times. Standing at attention for a long period of time is very difficult. I remember when I was stationed in Hawaii we had a change of command ceremony that lasted over 3 hours. We had to stand in formation that while time in a field with no shade and it was 89 degrees out thst day. Absolutely awful.

  • Xavier
    Xavier 13 days ago +8

    We all get frustrated over silly little things when grief takes control. Leave the king alone! He has just lost his mother. 😔

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      VULA 10 days ago +1

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  • 🚨W​A​T​C​H​​ M​​Y​ L​A​S​T​ V​I​D​E​O​🚨

    I honestly can't imagine how it feels being a royal guard, I hope the guard is doing ok.

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    I honestly can't imagine how it feels being a royal guard, I hope the guard is doing ok.

  • Aeronaut
    Aeronaut 14 days ago +2798

    Honestly, that's a pretty brutal fall. I hope he's not seriously hurt.

  • Ina 	**hot vlog
    Ina **hot vlog 12 days ago

    I honestly can't imagine how it feels being a royal guard, I hope the guard is doing ok.

  • Dyna Go To My ChanneI LiVE NOW

    Charles is human. Patience isn't always available when do you have lost a loved one and under so much pressure to be perfect.

    • Jim Q. Starr
      Jim Q. Starr 7 days ago

      hi

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      VULA 10 days ago +1

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  • Mary💋23 y.o - check my vidéó

    Poor guy must have been exhausted.
    I’ve stood for parade many times and I know it’s hard going, I can only imagine the immense pressure of having to stand guard for the Queen.
    Respect to all the guards

  • Chivati-💖 𝐹**СК МЕ - СНЕ𝒞𝒦 𝑀𝒴 Р𝑅𝟢𝐹𝐼𝐿Е🔞

    Poor guy must have been exhausted.
    I’ve stood for parade many times and I know it’s hard going, I can only imagine the immense pressure of having to stand guard for the Queen.
    Respect to all the guards

  • Bitmaxim
    Bitmaxim 14 days ago +2385

    Honestly, I was impressed that 73-year-old Charles was able to walk that considerable distance through the streets and then stand there in the hall so long before finally walking back to his limo.

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      VULA 10 days ago +1

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    • Mel G
      Mel G 13 days ago

      @Wayne Gross yes . Not sleeping well because of the enormity of the responsibility he now had to undertake and he would rather not!

    • Mel G
      Mel G 13 days ago

      @hassy g luxury

    • Mel G
      Mel G 13 days ago

      @Finarfin Noldorin yes . He would be in shock. All of a sudden he has responsibility. No longer living of the seams of his mothers( tax payers ) dress.

  • Calla -Live Vlog
    Calla -Live Vlog 12 days ago

    Poor guy must have been exhausted.
    I’ve stood for parade many times and I know it’s hard going, I can only imagine the immense pressure of having to stand guard for the Queen.
    Respect to all the guards

  • VL123
    VL123 13 days ago

    I was watching it live when it happened. I saw the old guy was wobbly before the guard change, then BAM...he just fell face first. I was shocked and felt bad for the guy. As a US Marine, you learn NOT to lock your legs while standing for that long. Hope he's ok.

  • CC H
    CC H 13 days ago +3

    I was amazed & impressed that King Charles & Princess Anne were able to walk so far at a slow pace, in their 70s! I am only 65, multiple mobility issues & am having a good day if I can walk for 5 minutes!

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  • Aeli
    Aeli 13 days ago +6

    The man is going through a lot of stress right now and he's most likely completely exhausted. His mother passed, he's suddenly in charge, every eye in the world is on him, he is having to make appearance after appearance, and walking 40 minutes straight isn't easy for anybody. Give him a break. My dad would have been grumpy too, and I wouldn't blame him a bit.

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      VULA 10 days ago

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  • Demarcus Faulkner
    Demarcus Faulkner 14 days ago +1368

    I hope the guard is okay. Can't imagine the stress that they're up under.

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      VULA 10 days ago

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    • Frank O
      Frank O 13 days ago

      They kill them if they collapse. R.I.P.

    • steph
      steph 13 days ago

      @Michael Harrington I mean.. he's probably in his 90s standing for hours in the heat like that.. i'm not surprised he collapsed.

    • Demarcus Faulkner
      Demarcus Faulkner 13 days ago

      @Michael Harrington clearly you've never been in the military before.

    • Demarcus Faulkner
      Demarcus Faulkner 13 days ago

      @Michael Harrington" war is young men dying for old man's greed." Franklin d Roosevelt 32nd president of the United States

  • boli milda
    boli milda 15 hours ago

    King Charles has every right to feel frustration at this time of mourning. Poor guy has so much to deal with. I hope he gets some much needed rest and quite.

  • Janey Braida
    Janey Braida 13 days ago +1

    Bless him and the family with strength

  • Gail Collins
    Gail Collins 13 days ago +1

    King Charles has every right to feel frustration at this time of mourning. Poor guy has so much to deal with. I hope he gets some much needed rest and quite.🙏🙏🙏

  • PixelStacker
    PixelStacker 12 days ago +1

    For us she was The Queen. For Charles, she was his mother. I have nothing but understanding and empathy for him getting frustrated at a pen. I cant imagine its easy losing a parent, no matter how old you might be. Also, we the everyday people can lock ourselves away and take as much time as we need to mourn and get over the loss of losing someone, for Charles, he's had to spring into action literally over night. agreed!

  • Victoria Makapugay
    Victoria Makapugay 14 days ago +1290

    Bless this royal guard’s heart. I hope he is home with his family and is on the mend.

    • sleepycat92
      sleepycat92 8 days ago

      @abc xyz Oh I see. Who knows, maybe the royal guard found a way to get the actual fall removed from the video. 🤔

    • abc xyz
      abc xyz 9 days ago

      @sleepycat92 Yes, it was shortened. It didn't used to begin with the interview with that guy, and now it does. Interesting...

    • sleepycat92
      sleepycat92 9 days ago

      @abc xyz Has the video been shortened? I don't see the guard collapsing anywhere or whether he was helped out...

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      VULA 10 days ago +1

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    • KD Photos
      KD Photos 13 days ago +1

      @MammaDuck - You tagged me by mistake. I didn't write anything about "disrespecting" anybody.

  • Konada Soujaniya
    Konada Soujaniya 13 days ago

    I hope the soldier is fine. That’s all I care about 🥺

  • Jacob Harpa
    Jacob Harpa 13 days ago +4

    To be fair to King Charles III, the man did lose his mother only a few days back. I can't imagine it's emotionally easy having to do so many engagements directly after a loved one's death.

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      VULA 10 days ago

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  • Dutchy_Family
    Dutchy_Family 13 days ago +1

    Yes same! I did Honor Guard duties in the Army for 2 years and locked my legs once. By the time you notice, it's too late. I held out long enough to step back out of ranks, then the team closed ranks, and I collapsed behind them.

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      VULA 10 days ago

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  • Alevi 02
    Alevi 02 11 days ago

    Sincere condolences. May she rest in peace 🙏...

  • Julie Tyler
    Julie Tyler 14 days ago +2690

    I lost my mother almost two months ago. She was almost 94. Seeing the mourning for the Queen has brought back overwhelming memories of sadness and exhaustion. I understand what King Charles is going through. Sometimes you just want your mother.

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      VULA 10 days ago

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    • olivia
      olivia 13 days ago

      @TheAedee Thank you ❤

    • Erin Squire
      Erin Squire 13 days ago

      @Dimples' Life I’m sorry for your loss

    • TheAedee
      TheAedee 13 days ago

      @olivia sending hugs ❤️

    • King Tutankhamun
      King Tutankhamun 13 days ago

      "Grief is the cost we pay for love." - Queen Elizabeth II (said after the 9/11 terrorist attack)

  • TheMighty Potato
    TheMighty Potato 13 days ago +2

    congratulations. you made an entire news video about something that happened and not only did you not include the video of that happening, you talked about something entirely else for 80 percent of the duration. inside edition as we know it I guess. good job.

  • Destech Global hitech
    Destech Global hitech 13 days ago +1

    This is absolutely right and I remembered my experience in the US in iraq when we went for a special rescue mission that last for 6 hours and we had a straight standing for 4 hours before the main mission

  • Pastassempasdisciplenotreally

    Calling someone a fussy baby in a magazine after the very person just had lost their mother, is so uncalled for and shows what kind of person that person is

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      VULA 10 days ago +1

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    • D Natraul
      D Natraul 13 days ago +2

      A person who knows Charles lol

    • Marie Antoinette V
      Marie Antoinette V 13 days ago +1

      Yes, fussy bb!

    • Cameron the foodist
      Cameron the foodist 13 days ago +1

      I CAN'T STOP LAUGHING, SHE DISERVED IT!! SHE IS IN H.ELL BECUZ I MAKE B.ETTER CON.TENT. 🤣🤣

    • CC H
      CC H 13 days ago +3

      Yes, the kind of person who will publish an interview with MM making not so subtle threats against the RF!! 😠

  • Nada A
    Nada A 13 days ago +3

    He’s GRIEVING, give him a break for crying out loud

  • Richie Taylor
    Richie Taylor 14 days ago +767

    Believe it or not, this is actually something that guards get huge respect for. The face plant means that they ‘fainted on their feet.’ It means they knew the faint was coming, but let it happen anyway, rather than failing to stand to attention, as ordered. It takes immense discipline to stand perfectly still, right up until the moment that you black out.

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      VULA 10 days ago

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    • Paul Jones
      Paul Jones 13 days ago

      @Vinny133 20 mins

    • Sandra John
      Sandra John 13 days ago

      @Elisa Laut No. To be professional, disciplined, dignified, strong, respectful, dutiful, serviceable etc. There's nothing subservient about it.

    • sparklebox11
      sparklebox11 14 days ago

      @Greg and the front of his skull possibly .. well done man 👏 🙄

    • Glomerol
      Glomerol 14 days ago

      Hence my initial comment about the ship of fools/dorks.
      Much of the commentariat, (along with the dork in the video that fainted), under this video seem so ideologically indoctrinated, so removed from history and reality. It's really quite astounding.

  • Light ones 8.
    Light ones 8. 13 days ago +3

    FULL RESPECT TO THE GUARDS. 👑

  • zZzleepyhead
    zZzleepyhead 7 days ago

    My mom was an MP in the air force and did 12-hour shifts at military security gates. I’ll never forget watching the man who passed out at President Reagan’s funeral in 2004 and she only told me one thing.
    “When you stand, don’t lock your knees.”
    When exhausted as well, it gets so much worse.

  • Zochhuanawma Zote
    Zochhuanawma Zote 13 days ago

    So intense.. Feel bad for him, wish him a speedy recovery..

  • Titch S
    Titch S 13 days ago +9

    He showed his frustration, big deal. Give the man a break, he’s just lost his Mother and only human. I was the same after I lost my Father.

    • Titch S
      Titch S 7 days ago

      @VULA what?

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      VULA 10 days ago

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  • Carrie Prall
    Carrie Prall 14 days ago +2336

    I believe it's ridiculous to judge Charles at this point considering the fact his mother just passed. People need to give him time. He's caught up in the worries of family drama. Making sure his mother's funeral goes as she planned is a huge responsibility. Some people really don't let go until after the funeral. When most family and friends have gone home. It's then that some people can actually let go and grieve.

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    • GhostLady Darkling
      GhostLady Darkling 12 days ago

      That is what he/ she is asking also,,,,,,,why judge her when its not about her.

    • LLIW BROWN
      LLIW BROWN 12 days ago

      (John 3:16)
      For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life ❤️. Please believe and live. I know it sounds like nonsense now, but it’s worth it in the long run.

    • Madison LaMotte
      Madison LaMotte 13 days ago

      @Marco Antunes Prince William will take the thrown at the beginning of the year after Charles decided to step down, CALLING IT NOW!!

    • Glenn Cumbria
      Glenn Cumbria 13 days ago +2

      He's 73, so not in the first flush of youth, and has had a terrible week to endure, so naturally he's going to be exhausted. I'd hope after the funeral, people leave him alone for a few months/

  • Jake Make
    Jake Make 10 hours ago

    I’m sure he tried his best not to faint but a human body has limits that it can’t take 😢

  • Moda50
    Moda50 13 days ago +1

    Give King Charles a break. Too much going on at once. He's grieving the loss of his mother and taking on the part of being the King🤴

  • rjkbuny
    rjkbuny 10 days ago

    While I get being touchy while mourning, I feel like it also shows how scary big a pair of shoes King Charles has got to fill. His mother and kids both had to go thru this at a very young age and had to hold it together, esp Queen Elizabeth really just held it together thru thick and thin with hardly anything anyone could criticize. In a way it's harder to lose your mother at 70 as opposed to young cause that's all you've known.

  • Portal Pony
    Portal Pony 13 days ago +7

    Why was there the need to insult a old man by calling him "fussy" and try to pretend like your just reporting what others say.

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  • Hugh Mungus
    Hugh Mungus 14 days ago +982

    Massive respect to the guard, he did his job out of respect to the queen so well he kept doing it until he collapsed. Allot of people would just walk off and say I don't feel well but he obviously felt a lot of pride and honour in what he was doing for his late queen that he was willing to try and stand there until he could physically stand no longer.

  • 19Klawn
    19Klawn 13 days ago +1

    My uncle was in the navy and he would always tell us that stuff like this happens constantly in different ceremonies

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  • Afriana Perdana Tiwi
    Afriana Perdana Tiwi 11 days ago

    So much love for good people. Thank you Queen for what you did to my Mom

  • Ravioli 23
    Ravioli 23 13 days ago

    His heart is broken !....ALL HAIL TO THE QUEEN..... 👑 🙏 😢 💔

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  • Tyler Brett
    Tyler Brett 10 days ago +3

    The king is facing alot he lost his mother and not just a queen.

  • E R
    E R 14 days ago +1818

    I remember when my dad died, I was so irritable and out of sorts. Anything (even the tiniest of things) could set me off. People handle grief in different ways. He is heartbroken, tired, stressed, and feeling the weight of his new position.

    • chris brookes
      chris brookes 9 days ago +1

      Absolutely! He’s 74 years old. He’s lost his mother and is immediately expected to fill her shoes. What idiots had those writing accessories exactly where he was supposed to sign the most important documents of his life! Epic fail!

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    • Kimberly Sevastyanenko
      Kimberly Sevastyanenko 13 days ago

      @Jan CW I hope so.

    • Jan CW
      Jan CW 13 days ago +1

      @Kimberly Sevastyanenko Personally I see it as neither since my earthly years will be done by the time William wears the crown. My hope is that it will be a good thing for those who will still be around.

  • Lee A
    Lee A 13 days ago

    Poor man hope hes ok it must be exhausting for the guards god bless them 😪🙏

  • koiun dwrru
    koiun dwrru 6 days ago

    standing for hours protecting the coffin is never easy, that's why Royal Guards need more respect.

  • Packedbanks
    Packedbanks 13 days ago +10

    Stop hating on Charles he’s sad his moms just died if other people breaking out crying falling imagine how her own son feels have some respect

  • B M 2R
    B M 2R 13 days ago

    We have to remember that the king is very old and set in his ways and will be hard to chang, this is who he is.
    Peace

  • Sidh Chailleann
    Sidh Chailleann 14 days ago +17

    Firstly I really hope that the guard is not hurt. Secondly to call Charles fussy and say he threw a tantrum is childish and fussy in itself and I am not a fan of him. He's just lost his mother and he's had to act like nothings wrong in front of billions of people in person and on tv etc. Give the poor man a break and don't be so judgemental. I'd like to see how those media people would manage what he's had to manage.

  • HipHop AFRICA
    HipHop AFRICA 13 days ago

    I pray that he's now doing well and sound. It's really a sad and exhausting moment

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  • Karsyn Eat my Mangos💦

    The man is human even though he is king, his fussiness is really much ado about nothing. The man just lost his mother for crying out loud. I don’t care if a mother dies younger or older, it still hurts. Not to mention the fact that he cannot be left alone because of all of the press craziness that he has to deal with during this time. He’s not a robot, he’s allowed to be fussy about some things. Let the man breathe.

  • Natalie🌸Onlive SAX Video🔞

    The man is human even though he is king, his fussiness is really much ado about nothing. The man just lost his mother for crying out loud. I don’t care if a mother dies younger or older, it still hurts. Not to mention the fact that he cannot be left alone because of all of the press craziness that he has to deal with during this time. He’s not a robot, he’s allowed to be fussy about some things. Let the man breathe.

  • Cosmic Realm
    Cosmic Realm 13 days ago +1

    "Dont lock them knees private or youll be taking a nap on the pavement!"
    Every military person knows this 😆

  • OP Fishing
    OP Fishing 14 days ago +753

    I hope that guard is doing alright. Also irritability after the loss of someone you love is completely normal. I lost my uncle last year and even I sometimes find myself slightly set off at something small so I can’t even imagine poor Charles who not only will be burying his mother, but also has to step up at 73 and steer an entire country (and his commonwealths) through grieving.

    • louise lill
      louise lill 14 days ago +8

      Yes my heart goes out to him and his family

    • Tom Walker
      Tom Walker 14 days ago

      Lmao

    • 👺samurai boi
      👺samurai boi 14 days ago +2

      @Lynn Kowalla 73 years is like to me extremely difficult just like how my math tests make me sick

    • Boski
      Boski 14 days ago +3

      @Happy M income from your unemployed parents perhaps?

  • Victoria Rose
    Victoria Rose 13 days ago +2

    I still can’t believe she’s gone. 😢

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  • Megan
    Megan 13 days ago

    Imagine dealing with the loss of your mother and having to do it in a very public way, all the while maintaining composure in front of the press. Let him get annoyed at pens all he wants…

  • Lucimar Carvalho
    Lucimar Carvalho 13 days ago

    Dias Estressantes para TODOS!! Não vai ser fácil para Charles III 👑 quando a Rainha Elizabeth II subiu ao Trono ela tinha 25, anos de Idade muito Jovem, Charles tem 73 já é um idoso e Hoje os Tempos são outros vai Complicar muito para ele Governar nem a Camila não ajuda tá mais Idosa que ele .🤔

  • Deon, a self-harmer survivor. 🔪 (20 months clean)

    What people need to understand is that it takes so much discipline and yet training to become a security guard let alone The Queen's guard as well as you would have to make as very little movement as possible and having a dull face to look professional as well. I somewhat would know by my mother's personal experience as she used to be a security guard in front of a CVS (pharmacy we have here in the U.S.) along standing up for hours as a CNA and working in offices to the point she busted a blood vessel in her left leg and still is holding up at the age of 56.
    I'm just relieved that guard is still okay and not dying as it must be so difficult for him for his age from what I can tell as it takes so much dedication for being on Elizabeth's side.

  • RJ SAMCRO
    RJ SAMCRO 14 days ago +1906

    I can only imagine how tough that could of been for the Queens Guard. The stress of the situation, the overwhelming sadness for Her Majesty's Death, and the hours upon hours of diligent standing watch. I hope the Guard is doing well. God Save The King.

    • JOSEF Mengele
      JOSEF Mengele 13 days ago

      @Tiestokygo Ericprydz no

    • JOSEF Mengele
      JOSEF Mengele 13 days ago

      Sheep comment mein God

    • Tiestokygo Ericprydz
      Tiestokygo Ericprydz 13 days ago

      @Unknown that united the world through sports, literature, industrialization, music??

    • Tiestokygo Ericprydz
      Tiestokygo Ericprydz 13 days ago

      @Runatyr they do charity and increase tourism
      Like monarchies in other countries too

  • Aboo Swaleh Mosafeer
    Aboo Swaleh Mosafeer 13 days ago

    May Allah Bless the Guard who fell.What a Dedication.!!

  • tor tor tor tor
    tor tor tor tor 11 days ago

    Watching her funeral on Monday GOD BLESS OUR GRACIOUS QUEEN/KING!

  • TheArtistGamerGirl 🎮

    GOD SAVE THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND 😭

  • noorah nn
    noorah nn 13 days ago +1

    Ouch I hope he’s okay!

  • Stephen Sims
    Stephen Sims 14 days ago +1340

    As an ex-Navy member for 16 years including being a member of the ADF tri-service guard for 6 months, I can confirm how difficult it is to just stand there at attention. If you don't constantly wiggle your toes and stretch your fingers discreetly, you will almost certainly fall after a good amount of time. Once the black dots flicker before your eyes, it is a matter of minutes before you go down. And you can't just excuse yourself in these situations and march off. The danger is bayonetting yourself if you fall wrong. Good that immediate help was there though. It is almost a form of torture. To say nothing of the humiliation involved after a fall.

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    • Paul Jones
      Paul Jones 13 days ago

      @Philip Taylor thats what i was thinking they 20 mins then swap over its not that long to stand but that guy went down like a sack of spuds i seen the clip of it

    • Julie Stolar
      Julie Stolar 13 days ago

      First of all, thank you for your service. But 2nd of all, it's a shame that military must do this. Too bad (in this instance) they couldn't have had those 4 officers stand at the 4 corners, just off the platform and all march to switch corners every 15 minutes or so (let's say all moving clockwise).

    • Dope Music
      Dope Music 13 days ago

      As an ex-Navy member for 16 years including being a member of the ADF tri-service guard for 6 months. Okay i BELIVE YOU

    • Aboo Swaleh Mosafeer
      Aboo Swaleh Mosafeer 13 days ago +1

      No Humiliation in this Fall,that's for sure.Its all Strength.Bless Him.

  • Trina Brianna
    Trina Brianna 13 days ago +1

    Hope the guard will be okay !! 😌

  • Proxima B
    Proxima B 13 days ago

    I feel for the man who collapsed. I believe there is no human above another human being (unless it’s a murderer or a rapist). I find all this fuss absurd. Yes, the queen has passed away, and it is sad, it’s great that we appreciate her service for our nation but queuing for 12 hours so you can take a glimpse of her coffin and the police power that’s been inserted to this, is just over the top. Surely they know the queen herself does not know this is happening for her. I think this is all thanks to the lifetime brainwash. We watched her, heard her our whole lives from the radio, tv, magazines and newspapers for our lifetime so we think we knew her but in fact, we don’t really.

  • Nelisiwe Gwabuzela
    Nelisiwe Gwabuzela 13 days ago

    🇿🇦 I grew up knowing Queen Elizabeth..at some stage I thought she's invincible 💔😕may she rest in power ✊🏾..I hope the guard is ok🙏🏾

  • Jamie Temple
    Jamie Temple 13 days ago

    I am sure that Prince Charles has his grieving bringing on temper along with a very long ceremony of many he has been through. Getting older takes its tole king or not its more stress than most of us will ever endure.

  • ccarruth45
    ccarruth45 13 days ago +1361

    I'm not a huge fan of Charles, but he is a human being, who just lost his mother and inherited the biggest role of his life. No amount of preparation prepares you for losing a parent, then taking on the role of king. Let's just give the man some grace.

  • Josie Primavera
    Josie Primavera 13 days ago

    It’s extremely hard to stand for hours and hours not moving.i remember when I saw the Queens Coronation in London and the Gold Coach was traveling thru London,we saw several guards collapse and at that time the public could not help them( I was12) Plus those uniforms and Headgear is hot heavy and uncomfortable. Did you all notice King Charles when they were walking behind the Queens hearse and they stopped for a while, he was rocking on his feet.

  • Manjhu Gautam
    Manjhu Gautam 11 days ago

    For Ms Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor as a person, I have such great admiration. I don’t know why. Is it karma? I liked the way she moved her hand. I liked how strong she remained in her position. So much happened in her long life, and through it all, she stood like a mountain.
    But as a queen? I don’t know. If she had apologized for the genocides, looting, robbery, enslavement, and all the other atrocities committed by the British, around the globe, then I may have liked her as a queen too. But that won’t happen now.

  • Andrew Humphrey
    Andrew Humphrey 13 days ago

    Imagine having the audacity to criticise someone for being mildly short tempered with a pen when their mother has just died. Not just any mother either, but the Queen. And now it is your job to bravely stand in front of the cameras and the world and take on all the publicity in the immediate aftermath of such a tragedy. All because some spoilt Hollywood nobody from one television show decided to exploit the vulnerabilities of Harry and use the death of his mother as leverage between him and his family. That girl cried wild too many times to deserve any pity for the misery she brought to the royal family in the Queen’s final years. I suppose she will sell her story to the tabloids again if the opportunity arises. I think Kanye was talking about her when he spoke about a gold digger.

  • Soumya Lakshmi
    Soumya Lakshmi 13 days ago

    I can imagine how exhausted he must be. Feel sorry for him and his family. He fell face down hope he is okay.

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  • Chris Johnson
    Chris Johnson 14 days ago +1703

    I'm proud of all these comments! I was expecting snark, and there's lots of understanding for an old soldier, and an overwhelmed man who's just lost his mum. Bless you.

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    • HalfMoon 756
      HalfMoon 756 13 days ago

      @Fcutdlady Fate is a funny thing.

    • Dagmar Bubolz
      Dagmar Bubolz 13 days ago

      @D Collier what about her? She had her funeral a while ago. If she had put on her seat belt, she probably would have been at the Queens funeral too.

    • Cool Pool By Matthew W
      Cool Pool By Matthew W 13 days ago +1

      Reset in peace

    • Budiman
      Budiman 13 days ago

      The royal guard was paid for this drama. Thanks for feeling proud of my comment.

  • uNkNoWn GuRLy GiRl
    uNkNoWn GuRLy GiRl 13 days ago +2

    Wow I love the part where it showed him collapse

  • Sheri L
    Sheri L 13 days ago

    hope he can recover soon!

  • Hunter Burford
    Hunter Burford 6 days ago

    God bless our troops right? my goodness thats brutal.

  • Rocky 3
    Rocky 3 13 days ago

    Can Remember Going through London when we Passed a Soldier from the Household Cavalry Standing in 90 degrees 💯 Sweating 😓 like you Would not Believe but That Soldier Would Never have Abandoned his Post 💯 Never forget it, Made Me Real Proud to be British 👌🏻💙🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 God Save the King 🤴 💯👌🏻✌🏻

  • meyaw Abdulaziz
    meyaw Abdulaziz 14 days ago +828

    That poor poor man....
    My total respect for this man

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    • meyaw Abdulaziz
      meyaw Abdulaziz 12 days ago

      @MammaDuck yes absolutely, i admire his devotion , and thank you for the explanation and im glad he is okay now as you mentioned

    • Sandra John
      Sandra John 13 days ago

      @L No it isn't.

    • MammaDuck
      MammaDuck 14 days ago

      @Wolf Lightning Absolutely.

    • Sugar Xyler the Cherokee
      Sugar Xyler the Cherokee 14 days ago

      @mostwanted or dozed off

  • Sonia’s Way
    Sonia’s Way 11 days ago

    For us she was The Queen. For Charles, she was his mother. I have nothing but understanding and empathy for him getting frustrated at a pen. I cant imagine its easy losing a parent, no matter how old you might be. Also, we the everyday people can lock ourselves away and take as much time as we need to mourn and get over the loss of losing someone, for Charles, he's had to spring into action literally over night.

  • Zeina 🔥 21 y.0 -check My V!deo

    For us she was The Queen. For Charles, she was his mother. I have nothing but understanding and empathy for him getting frustrated at a pen. I cant imagine its easy losing a parent, no matter how old you might be. Also, we the everyday people can lock ourselves away and take as much time as we need to mourn and get over the loss of losing someone, for Charles, he's had to spring into action literally over night.

  • jones
    jones 13 days ago

    As a Marine I can vouch for the guy falling out in formation🤣😂

  • adri2shadow
    adri2shadow 13 days ago

    William is Awesome, his popularity with the people overwhelms even the king himself, makes me remember his mother