‘That’s the end of your career’: Royal guard sparks fury after filming himself ‘taking the p***’


‘I’m meant to be looking after Royal Family… Currently staring at two ducks’: Royal guard sparks fury after filming himself ‘taking the p***’ by gyrating against his rifle while on post outside Windsor Castle

  • A King’s Guard filmed himself loitering at Windsor Castle, apparently aimlessly
  • He said: ‘I’m meant to be looking after Royal Family, currently staring at ducks’
  • The clip has earned thousands of views and comments on platform Tiktok 

A King’s Guard has come under fire after posting a video of himself ‘staring at a duck’ while on duty.

The clip, which has been viewed thousands of times on TikTok, appears to show him loitering while in post for the Royal Family at Windsor Castle.

The man is heard to say: ‘I am currently standing outside Windsor Castle. 

‘I’m meant to be looking after the Royal Family. Currently staring at two ducks. Do I care? No.’

The video prompted a volley of comments on TikTok, with one user, Calum, posting: ‘How to make yourself really unpopular at work really quick.’

And Ray Poole joked: ‘Plz keep up updated on your career.’ 

Another said: ‘If it’s legit its his last time on post.’

The King hosted his first annual Christmas meal for the wider Royal Family as monarch at Windsor Castle. 

The clip was filmed by a royal guard on duty at Windsor Castle, where the King hosted his first family Christmas dinner as monarch last week

The clip was filmed by a royal guard on duty at Windsor Castle, where the King hosted his first family Christmas dinner as monarch last week

This year’s event saw the family brought together in the largest reunion since the Queen’s funeral in September – and was the first time the traditional gathering has taken place since 2019, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Dozens of royals attended, with the Queen Consort and Earl and Countess of Wessex among the first to arrive, but notable absentees included Prince Harry and Meghan and their son Archie and daughter Lilibet, who remain in the US.

The turkey-and-trimmings lunch has typically taken place annually at Buckingham Palace on the Wednesday before Christmas, shortly before the monarch leaves for Sandringham for the festive season. 

The Queen Consort looked serene as she was driven into Windsor Castle today, wrapping up warm in a padded navy jacket, ahead of the annual Christmas lunch

The Queen Consort looked serene as she was driven into Windsor Castle today, wrapping up warm in a padded navy jacket, ahead of the annual Christmas lunch 

However this year, in a break from tradition, the event took place at Windsor Castle. 

The first to arrive this afternoon was King Charles himself, who travelled to Windsor in a car. He opted for a smart baby blue tie for the occasion, which he paired with a navy blue suit. 

Meanwhile the Queen Consort followed shortly afterward, and looked serene as she was driven into the castle grounds.

She was wrapped up warm in a padded navy jacket, which she paired with a blue velvet blouse beneath. 

King Charles hosted his first annual Christmas lunch for the wider royal family as monarch at Windsor Castle this afternoon

King Charles hosted his first annual Christmas lunch for the wider royal family as monarch at Windsor Castle this afternoon 

Princess Anne donned a pair of dark sunglasses as she was driven into the event by her husband Tim Laurence

Meanwhile Princess Anne donned a pair of dark sunglasses as she was driven into the event by her husband Tim Laurence 

Mike Tindall and wife Zara alongside their children are spotted leaving Windsor Castle today

Mike Tindall and wife Zara alongside their children are spotted leaving Windsor Castle today

Zara was pictured in a blue and gold patterned ensemble, thought to have cost £250 from ME+EM

Zara was pictured in a blue and gold patterned ensemble, thought to have cost £250 from ME+EM

Prince and Princess Michael of Kent sit alongside one another while leaving Windsor Castle

Prince and Princess Michael of Kent sit alongside one another while leaving Windsor Castle

Prince Edward drove his wife, Sophie Wessex, and their teenage daughter Lady Louise Windsor, into the grounds of Windsor Castle.

The Countess and Lady Louise sat next to each other in the back seat of the car.  

And while the Countess opted for a smart brown coat for the occasion, Lady Louise appeared to don a bright pink floral blouse for the outing. 

The unassuming 19-year-old, often seen in country casuals or prim dresses, spent her childhood largely out of the spotlight, and recently started attending St Andrew’s University. 

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