Unstabled threat at royal wedding?
So Blog Guy, I don’t understand why you’re devoting so much time to that wedding with Kate Middleton and that guy she’s marrying. It doesn’t seem like your kind of thing.
It wasn’t, but now it is. Let’s just say maybe I think it’s going to be more eventful than some folks expect.
Okay Blog Guy, you can’t stop there. If you have information, share it. It’s not like anybody else is going to read it here.
Well, keep it to yourself. As you probably know, the Household Cavalry is going to escort the royals on their wedding day, so just for fun I enlarged portions of this red sign at their barracks.
Judging from this warning, these steeds are as nutty as Charlie Sheen. Between the mounted cavalry and the horse-drawn carriages, we could see a kicking, biting, romping-stomping royal rodeo melee. Let’s just say I hope somebody knows who is 240th in line for the throne.
Yikes! What about those other warnings on that sign? Anything else we should watch out for?
No, not unless the horses see some Belgians in the crowd.
Top: A member of the British Army’s Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment waits on horseback during a media event at the Hyde Park Barracks in London April 15, 2011. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
Left: Members of the Household Cavalry take part in a dress rehearsal for the Major General’s review, in Hyde Park in London April 14, 2011. The event involved displays of ceremonial maneuvers, including those to be used for the royal wedding. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
Right: Carriage restorer Dave Evans cleans the Glass Coach at the Royal Mews in London March 21, 2011. REUTERS/Dominic Lipinski/Pool