King Charles has again had an egg hurled at him for the second time in a month today. The 74-Year-Old is in Luton for a series of visits, which has seen him stop by the newly-built Guru Nanak Gurdwara and Luton Town Hall.
He was specifically at St. George’s Square when a man in the crowd threw the egg in the direction of the sovereign.
The King temporarily diverted away from the crowds following the incident but soon returned to shake hands with members of the public.
This comes 4 weeks after Patrick Thelwell, 23, was arrested for throwing an egg at the King and Queen Consort amid a visit to York. The royal pair arrived in the city on November 9th to unveil a statue in honor of the late Queen at York Minister when Patrick threw four eggs, all of which missed. He is identified as a former University of York student, who stood as a Green Party candidate for the 2019 local elections.
Patrick [pictured] was later claimed to have been banned from carrying eggs in public or going within 500 meters of the monarch.
King Charles, however, looked relaxed in Luton despite the awful incident as he met members of the public. His visit also comes just a day after the Duke of Sussex spoke of a dirty game in a trailer for his new Netflix series. Prince Harry alongside his wife Meghan Markle is currently in New York for the Ripple of Hope Gala, where they will receive an award for their heroic stand against structural racism in the Royal Family.