Daily Mail: British Queen Consort Camilla’s plane damaged by bird
The plane carrying the queen consort Great Britain Camille returned from India, sustained damage as a result of a collision with a bird. About it writes Daily Mail newspaper.
The aircraft believed to have carried the Queen Consort sustained severe nose damage when it was hit by a bird while on a flight home from India today.
The footage published by the Daily Mail shows a large dent in the nose of the aircraft, where the weather radar is located. It is noted that the British Airways plane was flying from an Indian airport. Bangalore to London Heathrow.
According to the newspaper, Camilla is afraid to fly on a plane, the queen consort “in horror” sat on the steps of a private jet during a trip abroad, refusing to board. During the flight, Camilla can often be seen clasping the hand of her husband, King Charles III, as they take off.
Previously reportedthat the title of the wife of King Charles III of Great Britain, Camilla, could be changed in time for the coronation ceremony. By the time of the official coronation of the new monarch, his wife will most likely be called Queen Camilla, and not the queen consort.