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Charles And Camilla Attacked By Protestors

Charles And Camilla Attacked By Protestors - Prince Charles and his wife Camilla got quite a shock on their way to a gala variety show in central London yesterday when the Rolls-Royce they were in was attacked by protestors fighting against a University tuition hike.

The group of protestors got a little too close for comfort and actually smashed one of the windows or the royals’ vehicle. On top of the smashed window, the group of individuals splattered paint all over the car and yelled “off with their heads” as they continued to vandalize the property.

Charles And Camilla Attacked By Protestors

Luckily Prince Charles and Camilla both made it through the incident unharmed (thanks to security) and proceeded to the gala where they tried their best to act like nothing had happened. Camilla sipped back a stiff Brandy and tried to put on a brave face for guests but was visibly shaken by the incident, say witnesses at the party. On the way home, the Prince and his wife rode in an armored police van to ensure complete protection.

So what exactly made these individuals so angry that they felt the need to personally attack the man next in line to be King?

These activists – along with thousands of other students – are understandably angry over the government’s move to triple tuition fees to 9,000 pounds (14,000 US dollars) per year.

Charles And Camilla Attacked By Protestors


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