Royal fans convinced they can hear ‘filthy’ choir lyrics aimed at Queen Camilla2 min read
The world's eyes were trained on Westminster Abbey yesterday, May 6, as King Charles and Queen Camilla were officially crowned.
The day went without any real hitch, but there were several moments social media picked up on that make for interesting viewing, not least the questionable lyrics of a choir song in Westminster Abbey.
While probably definitely not the actual lyrics, some social media users were convinced they heard the choir belt out "I like vagina Camilla!" as the new Queen walked past.
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Comedian Russell Kane shared a clip of the peculiar moment to his Instagram, barely containing his sniggers. He wrote: "who made this?" alongside a laughing face emoji.
One of his fans responded with her own take on what she heard. Lucy Willcox commented: "We also heard 'five slags' later on in this song. I think the Latin was something like 'vi vax'."
Lucy is on to something, but not quite right. The words are part of the Vivat acclamations and go 'Vivat Regina Camilla! Vivat Regina Camilla! Vivat! Vivat! Vivat! Vivat Rex Carolus! Vivat Rex Carolus! Vivat! Vivat! Vivat!'
This translates to "Long live Queen Camilla! Long live King Charles!"
The Vivats are Latin acclamations which the King's Scholars of Westminster School have traditionally greeted kings and queens with on their arrival at Westminster Abbey for their coronation, Mail Online reports.
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Even still, people heard the "filthy" version. One bloke tweeted that he picked up “five lads in vagina Camilla,” while another heard "wipe that vagina Camilla".
"Wide back vagina Camilla," was another offering.
Twitter was awash with memes and jokes during the ceremony, and if King Charles logged on perhaps he wouldn't have been so "bored".
Lip reader Jeremy Freeman told the Star that Charles' frustration got the better of him as he and Queen Camilla sat in their carriage outside the Abbey.
Picking up a moment showing an apparently frustrated Charles, he supposedly said: "We can never be on time. There's always something… this is boring."
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