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Wednesday June 19, 2024

Buckingham Palace, King Charles make wise decision after new attack

King Charles office foils plans of protesters

By Web Desk
June 11, 2024
Buckingham Palace, King Charles make wise decision after new attack
Buckingham Palace, King Charles make wise decision after new attack

Buckingham Palace has adopted a very smart strategy after some protesters defaced King Charles III's newly unvieled official portrait at an art gallery in London.

The 75-year-old cancer-stricken King has decided to turn a blind eye to the protesters following the attack, according to a new report.

Royal Correspondent Cameron Walker, addressing the incident on GB News, says the King's mind "will be focused very much on Trooping the Colour" taking place this weekend, and will "not want to give publicity" to the protesters.

"Buckingham Palace say they're not going to be commenting. I suspect it's because they don't want to give this group the oxygen of publicity, encouraging more acts of vandalism," the journalist told host Martin Daubney.

Cameron, while admitting that the monarch is believed to be "a fan of Wallace and Gromit", explained: "I think the King's mind is going to be very much focused on both Trooping the Colour, which is happening on Saturday, as well as Order of the Garter, which is happening on Monday."

In shocking development, two Animal Rising protesters vandalised King's latest red portrait at the Philip Mould gallery in London.

The protesters covered the King's face with an image of Wallace and added a speech bubble next to the face, containing the words: "No cheese Gromit, look at all this cruelty on RSPCA farms!"

Daniel Juniper, one of those involved in the attack on the portrait, said the protesters "couldn't think of a better way" to draw the monarch's attention to their cause.

"With King Charles being such a big fan of Wallace and Gromit, we couldn’t think of a better way to draw his attention to the horrific scenes on RSPCA Assured farms," said the attacker.

"Charles has made it clear he is sensitive to the suffering of animals in UK farms; now is the perfect time for him to step up and call on the RSPCA to drop the Assured Scheme and tell the truth about animal farming," explained Juniper.