The party was a success: eight of the Royal guards fell unconscious on the birthday of Elizabeth II

In the UK, was one of the most spectacular and ancient ceremonies of the Kingdom – the birthday of the monarch. This is the main holiday in the country. It is noteworthy that for several centuries it is celebrated in mid-June, it does not matter what specific day he was born the current monarch, Elizabeth II was born April 21.

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The main event of the festival is the parade of the Royal guard. However, this time the holiday was clearly not on the program. Guests of the event reported that during the ceremony, consciousness is lost at least eight guards.

The British were outraged that the ceremony takes place in such a rigid framework that even the assistance is provided under the Charter. So, one of the soldiers medics with a stretcher went marched under the supervision of a Sergeant. Other fighter a few minutes, colleagues were supported by hands, as he was unlucky to faint in the middle order during the March.

However, it should be noted that for the British parades fainting soldiers – the usual thing. This is due to the fact that one of the elements of the form guard is a huge bear hat that must be worn in any weather. For example, in London today the temperature reached 28 degrees Celsius.



The party was a success: eight of the Royal guards fell unconscious on the birthday of Elizabeth II 17.06.2017

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