Royal fans believe King Charles III’s security officer is ‘real Kingsman spy’

A security guard for King Charles III has left royal fans believing he is a real-life Kingsman spy after he's been sighted with an umbrella and a gun.

In viral videos, which have been shared on TikTok, the King's personal security officer was filmed walking in and out of Buckingham Palace with a fancy umbrella.

Although, it is seen being used in its usual function some royal fans have claimed the umbrella is a gun in disguise.

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Others have even compared the bloke to Colin Firth's character, Harry Hart from the hit film Kingsman: The Secret Service.

One TikTok user wrote: "A real Kingsman!"

Comparing it to one of the weapons from the film, another added: "That thing he's holding is a GUNbrella, not an umbrella."

A third said: "What is he a Kingsman secret agent?"

A fourth commented: "He is literally The King's Man."

"I thought he was the new 007," a fourth added, comparing him to the spy movie character James Bond, which has been closely associated with the royals since the Queen's cameo for the London Olympics in 2012.

However, one user argued: "I think it just rains a lot in London."

Last week, a gun was spied poking out of the same armed guard's blazer as the new Monarch greeted the public for the first time in his new role.

The thousands who lined the London streets were joined by countless police officers as Charles was driven in alongside Queen Consort Camilla.

Two, in particular, did not appear more than one or two metres away from the King at all times, occasionally exchanging arrowed glances and muttering to each other.

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One of those two – who emerged from the right-hand side of the car – darted to get back next to Charles after he'd exited the vehicle.

As he did so, BBC News cameras caught a glimpse of the yellow butt of a gun, locked and loaded at his hip.

He, and the other mysterious suited blokes, are officers in the Royalty Protection Group from Scotland Yard.

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