ACTIVISTS against the monarchy and King Charles have staged the first-ever protest inside Buckingham Palace.
The group of local campaigners from different parts of the UK visited the famous landmark just after midday on Saturday as tourists.
They then stood, before standing in the Grand Hall wearing t-shirts that spelled out ‘Not My King’ after taking off their jackets.
A female member of staff can then be hear shouting: ‘Hey guys? What is this? What are we doing?’.
Speaking for Republic, Graham Smith said today: ‘This is a first, an anti-monarchy protest inside Buckingham Palace.
“A fantastic statement of intent, citizens standing up in the home of the monarchy to declare their opposition to hereditary power.” he added.
The stunt has seen both support and criticism on X, formerly Twitter, with many users sending rounds of applaud emojis to the protesters.
Meanwhile others joked how the man wearing the ‘T’ t-shirt is in the wrong place and there is no gap before the final word, meaning the stunt reads ‘NO TMYKING’.
On person quipped: ‘Couldn’t even do that properly after all that effort.’
Another said: ‘Why is this fantastic? You clearly booked a tour to Buck House and then wore your t-shirts. Not very fantastic. Just makes you look silly. Must try harder.’
A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace said they do not comment on security matters.