Queen Camilla’s grandson was seriously injured before his coronation


King Charles and Queen Camilla's coronation was an unforgettable event for many, but most notably for Prince George, who had the honor of being a Page of Honour at the event, along with several of Camilla’s grandchildren, including twins Gus and Louis.

London, England - May 6, 2023: The day witnessed King Charles III being crowned in a grand ceremony at Westminster Abbey, marking the commencement of his reign over the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and other Commonwealth realms. Charles ascended to the throne following the demise of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, on September 8, 2022.

Amid the splendor and joy of the event, there was a note of concern for Gus, one of Camilla's grandchildren. Just prior to the coronation, while on holiday, Gus suffered a serious accident that affected his participation in the coronation.

During the weekend's coronation ceremony of King Charles and Queen Camilla at Westminster Abbey, it was reported that Gus had sustained a significant injury. As a result of breaking his arm while on vacation, Gus was unable to fulfill his duties fully, being restricted to use only one arm.

The royal procession saw the newly crowned king and queen departing from Buckingham Palace for Westminster Abbey on Saturday. Despite his injury, Gus managed to carry out his responsibilities, albeit with some limitations.

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