The coronation of Carlos III and Camila continues to generate expectation, since the ceremony, which was held on May 6, has analyzed the events, acts and even the gestures and more intimate messages than the new kings of United Kingdom and his family shared with the British people, who watched them in front of Westminster Abbey.
A sample of the curiosity that the historic act has aroused in recent days, which was celebrated after 70 years before thousands of eyes -apart from the public, there were more than 2,000 guests, among whom were the kings of Spain, Felipe VI and Letizia-, is the analysis that some experts have carried out to find out what the royal family said at the event.
“We can never be on time. There’s always something… That’s boring”. According to a Sky News lip reading expert, this is what Carlos III would have said to Camila when he verified that the princes of Wales were not ready. As reported by the Daily Mail, the eldest son of Elizabeth II said this sentence inside the Diamond Jubilee float.
When William of England, heir to the throne, swore allegiance to his father, his father told him: “I, William, Prince of Wales, swear my allegiance, faith and truth will keep you, as your vassal of life and death. May God help me”. “I thank you, Guillermo,” his father replied, according to The Express.
One of the most observed guests was the Duke of Sussex, who, after breaking up with his wife, Meghan Markle, of the royal family, stopped being present at most ceremonies and appointments in which the rest of the members appear, such as his father, Carlos III, or his brother, William.
He did not get close to any of them, and in a conversation Prince Harry had with Jack Brooksbank, the husband of his cousin, Princess Eugenia, could be read: “It’s sad. I’m fed up, I’ve tried to talk to him.” It is not known who exactly he was referring to, although everything indicates that it could be the king or the heir to the crown.