Over the years, King Charles III has learned to ignore any hecklers during his royal engagements. On Thursday, the King headed to Milton Keynes, U.K.
to celebrate its new status as a city. However, among the well-wishers at the Church of Christ the Cornerstone were a handful of protesters holding yellow signs that read “Not My King.” The Daily Express‘ Royal Correspondent, Richard Palmer, tweeted some pics and videos from the day, confirming there were about 20 protesters there, reportedly from the anti-monarchy group Republic.
Milton Keynes was one of eight places across the United Kingdom to become a city as part of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in 2022. READ MORE: King Charles’ Coronation To Be Captured By His Wedding Photographer Bangor, Colchester, Doncaster, Douglas, Dunfermline, Stanley and Wrexham also received city status.
During the engagement, His Majesty met an array of community groups representing charitable, business, faith, environmental and arts organizations in Milton Keynes.