this “disaster” that was narrowly avoided on their wedding day

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Le mariage royal de Kate Middleton et du prince William s’apparentait à un véritable conte de fées. Le 29 avril 2011, les deux tourtereaux se sont promis amour et fidélité jusqu'à ce que la mort les sépare. Devant les écrans du monde entier, ils se sont passés la bague au doigt, pour le meilleur et pour le pire. Et le pire, le duc et la duchesse de Cambridge l’ont évité de justesse le jour de leur union. Neuf ans plus tard, le tabloïd britannique The Express est revenu sur this delusional unforeseen. According to the revelations of journalist Caroline Gammel, Kate Middleton was “frightened by a runaway horse”, after having propelled her rider near the royal carriage. “Data-reactid =” 19 “> The royal wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William was akin to a true fairy tale. On April 29, 2011, the two lovebirds promised each other love and fidelity until death parted them. In front of the screens of the whole world, they passed the ring on his finger, for better or for worse. And worse, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge narrowly avoided him on their wedding day. Nine years later, the British tabloid The Express returned to this delusional unforeseen. According to the revelations of journalist Caroline Gammel, Kate Middleton was “frightened by a runaway horse”, after having propelled her rider near the royal carriage.

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="La scène, pour le moins abracadabrante, se serait déroulée au moment où les nouveaux mariés sortaient de l’abbaye de Westminster afin de prendre part à la procession royale dans les rues de Londres. Rapporté par le Telegraph, les acclamations de la foule, autour de Parliament Square et de Whitehall, ont effrayé le canasson. “Beaucoup de gens ont eu le souffle coupé quand le soldat est tombé”, s’est souvenue une spectatrice. Malgré his vertiginous fall, the rider would have got up a few moments later in order to “prevent (note: his horse) from entering the crowd”. Still according to this same source, entrusted to the Telegraph, “it could have been a disaster.” “Data-reactid =” 20 “> The scene, to say the least absurd, would have taken place when the newlyweds were leaving the Westminster Abbey to take part in the royal procession through the streets of London. Reported by the Telegraph, the cheers from the crowds around Parliament Square and Whitehall frightened the nag. “Many people were breathless. cut when the soldier fell, ”recalled a spectator. his vertiginous fall, the rider would have got up a few moments later in order to “prevent (note: his horse) from entering the crowd”. Still according to this same source, entrusted to the Telegraph, “it could have been a disaster”.

If the scene was impressive for the spectators, it was more for Kate Middleton. According to The Express, George’s mother, Charlotte (…)

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