Royal fans left terrified after spotting the ‘Grim Reaper’ at the coronation – but did you spot it?

The guest list for today’s coronation is filled with celebrities, dignitaries and royalty.

However, there is a shadowy figure that no one wants to see in Westminster Abbey today.

Royal fans were left worried after noticing'Death' at Westminster Abbey


Royal fans were left worried after noticing ‘Death’ at Westminster AbbeyCredit: Twitter / realjoegreeeen
It is believed that the shadow is a member of the clergy


It is believed that the shadow is a member of the clergyCredit: Twitter / realjoegreeeen
King Charles will be crowned at the historic monastery this morning


King Charles will be crowned at the historic monastery this morningCredit: Getty

Royal fans were left in awe after they discovered what appeared to be ‘Death’ as ​​they awaited the arrival of King Charles.

Taken to Twitter A viewer named Joe shared a video of the King’s guards entering the monastery this morning.

But look closely and you can see a shadowy figure walking in front of the historic building’s glass entrance.

Capturing his tweet, Joe wrote: “Has anyone else noticed Death at Westminster Abbey?”

Other viewers are quite worried about this character.

Commenting on the video, one person wrote, “I think it’s a witch!”

“Is OMG REAL?” the second added, while the third added, “Now I’m worried.”

It is believed that this mysterious figure was a member of the clergy who attended today’s coronation and wore vestments.

It comes like…

Prince Charles, 74, and Queen Camilla will be crowned in a grand ceremony expected to have 350 million followers.

The first guests including stars Lionel Richie and Ant and Dec have begun pouring into the Abbey where the country will welcome its new King today.

The big day will officially begin at 10:20 a.m. when Charles and Camilla leave Buckingham Palace in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach.

They will be joined by 200 members of the Armed Forces, mainly from the Sovereign’s Escort Squadron of the Household Cavalry Regiment.

Other members of the royal family will go separately to the ceremony, which begins at 11am.

Prince Harry will be in the group after he accepts an invitation to his father’s big day – although Meghan Markle is still in the US for Archie’s birthday.

But the Duke of Sussex has been relegated to third row amid discord with his father and brother following the release of his explosive biography Spare.

He will be seated with Princess Eugenie, her husband Jack Brooksbank, Princess Alexandra, the Queen’s cousin, Princess Beatrice and her husband Edo Mapelli Mozzi.

It is expected that the King and Queen will be crowned at midday amid passionate cheers of “God save the king!” like a trumpet blowing.

The 1pm coronation will add to the pomp and splendor of the day as the couple leave Westminster Abbey.

In scenes similar to his mother’s coronation, Charles and Camilla will make the journey back to Buckingham Palace in a 260-year-old Gold State Coach.

Known for being uncomfortable, the 4-ton gilded carriage was hung on leather straps and could only be pulled by eight horses.

The Queen used a carriage for both of her processions and later described the bumpy ride as “terrible”.

Perhaps with this in mind, the route was limited to 1.3 miles compared to the Queen’s 5-mile procession.

Following Charles and Camilla are other members of the royal family – including Princess Kate, Prince William and their three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

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Princess Anne has been given the role of “Gold-Stick-in-Waiting”, meaning she is ceremonially responsible for her brother’s safety.

Prince Edward, Sophie Wessex and their two children Louise and James also joined the parade along with the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Princess Anne’s husband, Sir Timothy Laurence.

Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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