A Ukrainian woman turned to Charles III and Camilla: she thanked for their support in the war with Russia

During the procession with the coffin of the late Queen Elizabeth II in Scotland, a Ukrainian woman turned to the new monarch – Charles III and his wife Camilla, who thanked for their help in the war with Russia.

This is reported by “European truth”.

On the broadcast of the ceremony on the official channel of the British royal family, you can hear the girl addressing Charles III: “I am from Ukraine, thank you very much for supporting Ukraine and Ukrainians” (timecode 50:31).

She later says the same thing to King Consort Camilli (timecode 50:51).

As you know, on September 8, at the age of 96, Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain died at the Scottish castle of Balmoral. In Great Britain, as well as in all countries of the Commonwealth of Nations, a ten-day mourning began.

The eldest son of Elizabeth II, who took the throne name of Charles III, became the new British king. He became the oldest monarch in British history to ever ascend to the throne.

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