London: several British soldiers They were beaten by the heat on Saturday when they showed up in woolen sweaters and bearskin hats to greet Prince William.
At least three guards fainted during the military parade known as the Col reviewMore than 1,400 soldiers from the division and the house participated in it King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery It was reviewed by the heir to the throne, who is an honorary colonel of the Welsh Guards.
The temperature in London on Saturday was set to reach 30 degrees Celsius (86 Fahrenheit).
Afterwards William tweeted: “Thank you so much to every soldier who took part in The Colonel’s Parade this morning in the heat. Tough conditions but you all did a really good job.”
The event was a rehearsal for Trooping the Colour, an annual military parade held every June to celebrate the King’s official birthday. King Charles III He will supervise the ceremony on June 17th.


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