King Charles’ army issues major update on Trooping the Colour

King Charles’ army told if Trooping the Colour has been postponed

King Charles’ royal army has posted a big notification on Trooping the Colour.

Recently, fears about the royal spectacle being shelved for this year had touched a new peak. 

And just last week, it was said that many engagements were postponed because of the upcoming election.

But now, the British army has itself confirmed that the event will go live on June 15 regardless of political campaigns.

On Tuesday, May 29, the military force announced that at least a thousand soldiers will be seen performing a “khaki rehearsal” with 240 horses on Thursday.

This is a part of their preparations for Trooping the Colour.

According to Mirror, the practice session will roll out in London on Horse Guards Parade, where an audience of over 1000 people have been welcomed to witness it.

The event is also known as King’s Birthday Parade. As per royal traditions, it involves the gathering of all members from the royal family gathering on Buckingham Palace’s balcony.

From there, they witness the display of “pomp and military pageantry” together.

Although this time, it’s not known whether Kate Middleton, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle will be in attendance as they have been throughout the years.