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Royal fans convinced choir sang ‘vagina’ as Charles and Camilla walked past

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Royal fans are convinced they heard the King's Coronation choir singing "vagina" during a song inside Westminster Abbey.

The hilariously misheard word was heard when the choir started belting out songs as King Charles III entered the Abbey with his wife, Queen Camilla.

The 74-year-old monarch was seen making his way through lines of singers down the aisle as guests watched on and thousands of royal tuned in to watch from home.

READ MORE: Coronation LIVE: Keep up to date with all the biggest news on King Charles' big day

But viewers' ears pricked up at one word in particular as the sacred ceremony got underway.

One social media user believed they had said: "I had vagina for dinner."

Another suggested that the lyrics could be "Buy that vagina, Camilla" as a second user tweeted: "Why are they singing buy that vagina Camilla at the Coronation?"

A third added: "Was it just me or does this song sound like it’s saying 'I have a vagina Camilla'."

When listening to the viral clip, it is hard to hear anything else – despite the fact they're clearly likely to be saying "vagina".

The song was just one of a number of viewers will hear as the event unfolds.

Charles and Camilla reportedly picked songs which will "showcase and celebrate musical talent from across the United Kingdom and further afield".

However, the Kind was also said to have commissioned some new songs to be composed specially for the big day, all of which will be performed by The Coronation Choir, Time Out reported.

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