‘It’s the end of your career’: The Royal Warden sparks anger after filming himself ‘taking the p***’ by turning on his rifle while standing guard outside Windsor Castle
- One of the King’s guards filmed himself seemingly aimlessly loitering around Windsor Castle
- He said: “I’m supposed to be taking care of the royal family and I’m currently staring at ducks.”
- The clip has received thousands of views and comments on the Tiktok platform
A video was shared on social media of a royal guard on duty “staring at a duck”.
The clip appears to show a royal family guard loitering around Windsor Castle.
The guard’s self-filmed video was shared on Tiktok, where it was viewed thousands of times.
The young man is heard saying, “I’m standing in front of Windsor Castle.
“I’m supposed to take care of the royal family. I’m staring at two ducks right now.”
‘Do I care? No,” he was heard saying.
The video sparked a flood of comments on Tiktok.
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The King hosted his first annual Christmas dinner for the entire royal family as monarch at Windsor Castle.
The clip was filmed by a royal guard on duty at Windsor Castle, where the King hosted his first family Christmas dinner as monarch last week
This year’s event brought the family together for the biggest reunion since the Queen’s funeral in September – and it was the first time since 2019 that the traditional reunion has taken place due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dozens of royals attended, including the Queen Consort and the Earl and Countess of Wessex among the first to arrive, but notable absentees included Prince Harry and Meghan, and their son Archie and daughter Lilibet, who remain in the US.
The turkey and trimmings lunch is usually held annually at Buckingham Palace on the Wednesday before Christmas, just before the monarch leaves for Sandringham for the festive season.
The Queen Consort looked serene as she was driven to Windsor Castle wrapped up warm in a padded navy jacket before the annual Christmas dinner today
This year, however, the event took place at Windsor Castle in a break with tradition.
The first to arrive that afternoon was King Charles himself, traveling to Windsor by car. He opted for a chic baby blue tie for the occasion, which he paired with a navy blue suit.
Meanwhile, the Queen Consort followed shortly after, looking unperturbed as she was wheeled into the castle grounds.
She was wrapped warm in a padded navy blue jacket, which she paired with a blue velvet blouse underneath.
King Charles hosted his first annual Christmas dinner for the entire royal family as monarch at Windsor Castle this afternoon
Meanwhile, Princess Anne donned dark sunglasses as she was driven to the event by her husband Tim Laurence
Mike Tindall and his wife Zara are seen leaving Windsor Castle with their children today
Zara was pictured in a blue and gold patterned ensemble believed to have cost £250 by ME+EM
Prince and Princess Michael of Kent sit side by side as they leave Windsor Castle
Prince Edward drove his wife Sophie Wessex and their teenage daughter Lady Louise Windsor into the grounds of Windsor Castle.
The Countess and Lady Louise sat side by side in the back seat of the car.
And while the Countess opted for an elegant brown coat for the occasion, Lady Louise appeared to don a pale pink floral blouse for the outing.
Often seen in country casual attire or neat dresses, the humble 19-year-old spent much of her childhood away from the limelight, most recently attending St Andrew’s University.