King Charles’s nine-word moan as he arrived for Coronation uncovered

King Charles appears agitated inside coronation carriage

A concerned King Charles moaned “we can never be on time.. there’s always something” to Queen Camilla as their carriage drew up at Westminster Abbey with time ticking towards his historic Coronation, a lip reader has claimed. Despite appearances everything ran like clockwork on Saturday. But

the monarch appeared troubled things might have been starting to run behind schedule. Arriving in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach at Westminster Abbey King Charles was picked up on camera looking agitated.

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His Majesty could be seen talking to Queen Camilla in what appeared to be an irritated manner as they waited to exit the carriage.

And now a lip reader has revealed what he might have been saying, and it seems he was bemoaning keeping to the day’s timetable, the Mirror reports.

The lip reader claims he said to his wife: “We can never be on time… there’s always something.”

However, just minutes later, the monarch was out of the coach making his way through the Abbey ready to be crowned.

He was officially anointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby just after midday and St Edward’s Crown was placed on his head.

After the two-hour ceremony, he and Camilla made their way back to Buckingham Palace in the gold state coach in wet conditions before appearing on the palace balcony.

There another lip reader picked up another comment, where the King appeared to be in awe of the spectacle – but not the weather. Elisabeth Taunton claimed he said: “Isn’t it beautiful… if only it wasn’t so wet today.”

Alongside the thousands of street parties expected to be held at the weekend, people are encouraged to come together across the country for the Coronation Big Lunch.

The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh have attended a big lunch in Cranleigh, the Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence will visit a community street party in Swindon, and Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie will join a big lunch in Windsor.

Buckingham Palace said the Big Help Out on Monday will “highlight the positive impact volunteering has on communities across the nation”.

A palace spokesperson said: “In tribute to the King’s public service, it will encourage people to try volunteering and join the work being undertaken to support their local areas. The aim of Big Help Out is to create a lasting volunteering legacy from the Coronation weekend.”

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