June 6, 2023

Oh baby.

The official royal family social media account shared a remarkable photo of King Charles III and Queen Camilla’s coronation on Saturday that has been compared to a gender reveal celebration.

“My favorite part of the coronation tradition: the royal gender reveal,” one Twitter user hilarious commentary.

The stunning photo shows the newly crowned monarchs with their backs to the king fly over from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

The Royal Air Force’s red arrows lit up the foggy London sky with shades of red, white and blue smoke, though the red appeared pinkish.

Camilla, 75, and Charles, 74, donned their crowns and white fur robes as they watched the show.

The photo was taken by royal photographer Getty Images Chris Jackson.

“Those planes should eat less spicy food”, joked one Twitter user.

Another person pronounced disgust for the photo, pointing out that Charles and Camilla’s coronation is an embarrassment.

“You make me sick. May Diana chase your ugliness,” the Twitter user slammed.

Camilla and Charles are grinning from ear to ear wearing their royal robes just before appearing on the palace balcony on Saturday.
Camilla and Charles are grinning from ear to ear wearing their royal robes just before appearing on the palace balcony on Saturday.

The pair infamously engaged in an on-again/off-again affair for decades — while married to other people.

The Queen married Andrew Parker Bowles in 1973, while Charles tied the knot with the late Princess Diana in 1981.

Diana died in 1997 in a fiery car accident in Paris. She was only 36 years old when she died along with friend Dodi Fayed.

Fans remembered Diana during Saturday’s coronation festivities.

“The real Queen of Britain will always be Diana #CharlesIII #Coronation,” a person written alongside a slew of photos of the late Princess of Wales.

“The queen we never had. What a sad sad story. The queen of all our hearts. #Coronation,” stated someone else.

Another user agreed: “Princess Diana is the one and only queen today and every day.”

King Charles III
The King waves on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after his coronation on May 6.
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The historic coronation ceremony took place in Westminster Abbey. The royal family returned to Buckingham Palace afterwards to wave to the crowd.

Working royals including Prince William, his wife Kate Middleton, their children George, Louis and Charlotte, as well as Prince Edward, his wife Sophie and Princess Anne joined the King and Queen on the balcony.

Others who appeared on the mezzanine floor included the King’s Pages of Honor, Lord Oliver Cholmondeley, Master Nicholas Barclay and Master Ralph Tollemache.

The Queen’s Honorary Pages – Gus Lopes, Louis Lopes, Freddy Parker Bowles and Arthur Elliot – were also seen on the porch.