Giant penis mowed into King Charles’ coronation party venue
On Saturday, the majority of the United Kingdom will celebrate the coronation of King Charles. However, there are others who are sick of all the royal fanfare and will do whatever they can to dampen the festivities.
The beautiful lawns of the Royal Crescent in Bath, where the coronation party is expected to be place, have been vandalized, and if you thought Celtic and Liverpool football fans disrupting the national song when performed before the matches was a problem, think again.
They got poor marks for originality, but the gigantic penis mowed into the grass at the party venue is a nice touch that some people may like.
A stark reminder that the Royal Family’s popularity is lower than the British elite would have you believe, the artwork is everything but subtle.
Those who aren’t overjoyed about Saturday’s opulent ceremony and party at public money point to the British Empire’s role in neighboring Ireland and its widespread horrors throughout history.
However, considering the Royal Family’s recently disclosed wealth, these juvenile antics are likely to be of little concern to them.
The estimated wealth of Princess Eugenie is $10 million, held in trust funds established by her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and her great-grandmother, the Queen Mother, as well as a trust established by her divorced parents. Both Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie are worth $1 million, according to GOBankingRates.
It is claimed that Camilla Parker Bowles is worth $5 million, whereas Kate Middleton’s family is worth $50 million thanks to their successful business, Party Pieces. It is reported that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s net worth is $60 million, up from Prince Philip’s $30 million upon his death. It has been estimated that Prince William is worth $100 million.
Given their control over so much of Britain’s public land, their true worth is likely far higher.