King Charles and Camilla have been heckled by anti-monarchy protesters during a royal visit to Colchester.
The King was greeted by hecklers believed to be from the anti-monarchy group Republic as he arrived by car for a royal engagement along with the Queen Consort.
Wielding placards and a megaphone which could be heard clearly over the national anthem and royal fanfare, the group loudly asked the King how much money the visit was costing the taxpayer and why he continued to protect his brother, Prince Andrew.
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