Animals abused for the Queen's Jubilee?  The startling revelations of a royal chronicler

Animals abused for the Queen’s Jubilee? The startling revelations of a royal chronicler

Bertrand Deckers made staggering revelations about the queen’s jubilee on TPMP on June 2, 2022. His remarks concerned drugged animals and the use of bear hair.

  • Bertrand Deckers made revelations about the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on the show Do not touch My TV
  • He said Prince William’s horse was drugged during rehearsals
  • The royal expert also confided that the hat of the Irish Guards was made of bear hair

Among the highlights of the show Do not touch My TV of June 2, 2022, there were the revelations of Bertrand Deckers, a royal expert. After some exchanges on the appearance of Queen Elizabeth II at the Balcony alongside his first cousin, Edward of Kent, the royal expert spoke of a horse drug controversy of Prince William. “Prince William, during the rehearsal, his horse had been drugged, he had announced on the set. After which, the photo of Prince William riding the horse was projected on the screen. “Is that a drugged horse there?”, Cyril Hanouna then asks. “Do you know what the prince’s horse is called?”, continues Bertrand Deckers. “Doc Gyneco?”, then responds the presenter. Which made everyone laugh.

“The horse is called George”, replies Bertrand Deckers. He also explained that the controversy says that the drug for the horse was for his good. “The controversy says that for animal welfare, we drug the animal. You should know that there was 400 musicians who were present. It makes a completely unbelievable sound”says Bertrand Deckers.

Bertrand Deckers: “You need one teddy bear per hat”

In its impetus to June 02 TPMP, Bertrand Deckers also explained that the cap of the Irish Guards was not ordinary. He began by confident that each beanie weighed 680 grams. And these hats were made of “Pooh Hair!”. “You need one teddy bear per hat”, adds Bertrand Deckers. The royal expert also claimed that officers were allowed a female bear cub because their hair was softer.

Coming back to Prince William’s horse, Bertrand Deckers nevertheless underlined the fact thatit was herbal medicine. The animal would have received a few herbal drops in order to calm him down. This for the safety of Prince William who would not be an experienced rider, according to him.

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His remarks concerned drugged animals and the use of bear hair.

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Among the highlights of the program Touche Pas à Mon Poste on June 2, 2022, there were the revelations of Bertrand Deckers, a royal expert.

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After some exchanges on the Queen’s appearance on the Balcony alongside her first cousin, Edward of Kent, the royal expert spoke of a controversy concerning Prince William’s drugged horse.

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“Prince William, during the rehearsal, his horse had been drugged,” he announced on the set.

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After which, the photo of Prince William riding the horse was projected on the screen.

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“Is that a drugged horse there?” Asks Cyril Hanouna.

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“Do you know what the prince’s horse is called?”, continues Bertrand Deckers.

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“Doc Gyneco?” Then replies the presenter. Which made everyone laugh.

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“The horse is called George”, answers Bertrand Deckers.

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He also explained that the controversy says the drug for the horse was for his good.

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“The controversy says that for animal welfare, we drug the animal.

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You should know that there were 400 musicians who were present. It makes a completely incredible noise,” says Bertrand Deckers.

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Bertrand Deckers: “You need one teddy bear per hat”.

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Animals abused for the Queen’s Jubilee
In his momentum, Bertrand Deckers also explained that the Irish Guards cap was not ordinary.

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He started by confident that each beanie weighed 680 grams.

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And that these hats were made of “bear hair!”. “You need one teddy bear per hat,” adds Bertrand Deckers.

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Animals abused for the Queen’s Jubilee
The royal expert also claimed officers were allowed a female cub because their hair was softer.

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Returning to Prince William’s horse, Bertrand Deckers nevertheless underlined the fact that it was about herbal medicine.

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The animal would have received a few herbal drops to calm him down.

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This for the safety of Prince William who would not be an experienced rider, according to him.

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