Royal Ascot incident: Climate protesters protest against Queen

It was a bad moment for him! Queen Elizabeth II (95) visited the Ascot circuit today. One of the most famous equestrian events in the world is currently taking place there. For five days, the United Kingdom will be set to present the latest hat fashion trends. For a long time it was uncertain whether the Queen would attend the event, but nevertheless the regent appeared – And was attacked by climate activists!

because like the British newspaper Sun reported that after the first race on Saturday, four activists of the Extinction Rebellion group tied themselves to the finish line and opened a banner. “Race to the Extinction”Can be read on the banner. The protesters apparently disguised as racetrack employees to carry out their plan.

It can be assumed that the workers deliberately chose the day of arrival of the head of state: Perhaps climate protection activists hoped it would attract the most attention possible. However, the regent was in no danger of being involved in the incident – ​​she was far from the action at the time.

Queen Elizabeth II in race for Ascot 2021
Field at Royal Ascot 2021
Queen Elizabeth II at Royal Ascot on June 19, 2021
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