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Less and less to go Charles III Assume the crown and become the new monarch of the United Kingdom. This fact has not prevented the revival of several of the controversies in which he has been involved throughout his life; such is the case of the moment in which he would have unleashed bad luck on him. What happened? Read on to find out the details.
Recently, the gesture that the future monarch had with an important piece of the crown, which would have condemned him to a life of bad luck, became relevant again. Said moment would have taken place during the coronation of his mother, Queen Elizabeth, in 1953, when Carlos III was just a four-year-old boy.
According to photographic records of the occasion, the prince was seated between the queen mother and princess Margaret in Westminster Abbey. However, not everything was honey and flakes, since the young heir shows an angry look that denoted discomfort.
As a result of this inconvenience, at some point during the ceremony Carlos III placed his feet on the sacred crown of San Eduardoa fact that did not take long to generate comments about the future to which he was being condemned for his audacity.
For the people, His feat was interpreted as a bad omen for the future King of England, since according to beliefs, touching or putting on the crown before becoming the monarch is considered bad luck. for any successor to the throne.
It should be noted that this superstition has generated all kinds of speculation about what the reign of Carlos III will be. And it is that for decades it has been believed that the crown has divine powers and this will only have to be used by the monarch who has been crowned and anointed by God, will this incident affect his reign? Only time will tell.
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