A fan tweeted about discovering a Queen lookalike at the Glastonbury Festival. viral

Glastonbury festival goers gained notoriety after onlookers said they were reminiscent of a queen.

As they enjoyed Glastonbury, viewers of the BBC’s legendary festival joked about how much the festival-goers resembled the Queen.

Posted on Friday, June 24, the tweet went viral, garnering 15,000 likes.

Many believe that she and His Majesty share eerie similarities. But we’re pretty sure the monarch didn’t leave behind her corgi while attending a famous event.

The Queen Arrives at Glastonbury

The Queen arrived in Glastonbury to see Robert Plant, a Twitter user who submitted the photo written in the description. No one at #Glastonbury is fooled by that disguise.

Despite the fact that the British monarch doesn’t appear to be listening to music, social media users liked the idea of ​​the Queen attending Glastonbury.

After being advised to leave work nine months early for health reasons, the monarch was recently seen riding a horse once again.

A 96-year-old man was spotted riding a smooth ride in Windsor. Going out in public with a cane over the past year may reassure royal fans.

According to a royal source who spoke to The Sun, the queen again enjoyed horseback riding.

Paul McCartney breaks record at Glastonbury

At 80, Paul McCartney stunned the audience by becoming the oldest single headliner in history.

Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters, who had not performed for an audience after the fatal death of bandmate Taylor Hawkins, joined the rock star on stage. From his hotel room in Colombia, Hawkins went unexpectedly in March.

The British also sang during the performance, and Johnny Depp played the guitar in the background. During the concert, the singer avoided making explicit comments about Depp’s current £100m legal suit against ex-wife Amber Heard. But, according to Mail Online, the crowd applauded when Depp’s face appeared.

Ankita Khanra


Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the KIIT Deemed University School of Mass Communication in Bhubaneswar.

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