King Charles and Camilla Parker broke a royal rule for a kid

Last week, the new monarch, King Charles III, and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla Parker, visited the city of York.

On the tour, they were seen walking hand-in-hand with a 5-year-old boy named Jason Tweedie-Long, who is visually impaired.

Well, royals typically avoid prolonged physical contact with the public. As a result, some people believe they violated the royal rules. 

Tweedie-Long knew that, due to his visual impairment, he wouldn’t be able to see the new King and Queen Consort very well from the public viewing area 

He wrote to the City of York Council, and the council forwarded the request to Buckingham Palace for his special assistance.

Following that, the King and Queen's Consort assisted the young boy. 

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