Ambulance rushed at the Royal property after one soldier had a nasty fall during Trooping the Colour parade.
One of the Horse Guards tumbled from his horse and fell on the ground unconscious. The royal family and fans left shook. Medics immediately arrived to help the soldier who was laying on the ground motionless. The seriousness of his injuries is still unknown. Eyewitnesses claim that the medical aides failed to wake him up.
After the fall, royal guards were safely rounded up the loose horse.
Prince William, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew and Princess Anne are part in the Horse Guards Parade in central London.
They were caught on camera, riding side by side as they made their way down the Mall.
The couple of Sussex traveled in a carriage. This is Meghan’s first official appearance after she gave birth to Archie Harrison.
The Duchess of Sussex was wearing a navy blue suit and was surely beaming. She was also seen smiling and chatting with Kate, which denied the rumours of their alleged rift.
The parade is in honour of the Queen’s birthday.
The Queen’s actual birthday is in April. This year her Majesty turned 93 years-old.
Her Majesty wore a matching cream coat and hat.
Every year the monarch inspects soldiers from the Household Division at the parade behind Whitehall.
Although she used to take part in the parade on horseback her entire childhood, ever since 1987 she chose to arrive in a carriage.
After the parade, the Queen will join other royals on Buckingham Palace balcony to watch the flypast.