Thursday on December 9, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, found themselves under attack while they were travelling through London. This happened when some angry students started showing their protests opposing a massive increase in tuition fees. The students targeted the British royal’s car according to media reports.
The heir to the royal throne and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, were being taken around for safety reasons when rowdy protesters on the city’s famous Regent Street attacked at the lavish vehicle. They kicked the sides of the car, shouting at the driver to slow down the car. A photographer for the Associated Press was among the witnesses who observed the entire incident.
Spokespersons for the Prince’s official residence at Clarence House have not issued any comment about the reports till now while WENN went to press. Demonstrators encountered with riot police and damaged windows outside the British Parliament on Thursday after policymakers gave their approval on the controversial plans to triple the cost of university tuition charges in England, ceiling it at $13,500 a year.