For centuries, the guards have guarded the British monarchs, from those ancient times when they fought side by side. Currently, these guards protect the royal residences and are one of the symbols of the United Kingdom.
All members of the Royal Guard of Great Britain faint, falling face down, but it turned out that this is not an ordinary coincidence. Lad Bible writes about it.
The guards of the royal family are actually being taught how to pass out properly. This is done in advance, because fainting is quite common for the royal guards, and in summer they are at particular risk.
“As soon as they feel like they are about to pass out, they need to get on one knee and press their face to the floor. The reason they do this is because of the way it looks and it has a special name called fainting. at attention,” Sheriff El Sahli told TikToker in his new video.
There are cases when guards fall on their backs, this is considered a dishonorable act.
Confirming TikToker’s speculation is Major Dai Bevan, who led the 101 Welsh Guards of Honor at the wedding of Prince William and the now Princess of Wales in 2011.
“You should faint on the stance. Most likely, it threatens you with a broken nose and a whole row of teeth that have fallen out,” he said.
There are cases where guards fall on their backs, this is considered a dishonorable act and should therefore be avoided at all costs. Guardsmen are also advised to drink up to five liters of water to stay hydrated despite being unable to leave their positions.
Sergeant Major Mott, a former member of the Queen’s Guard at Princess Diana’s wedding to the current king, spoke about his special ritual to keep from fainting. It included a five-mile run earlier in the day, a hearty breakfast, toe jiggling, and calf strain.
@sherifelsahly How To Faint🤯#sherifelsahly ♬ original sound – Sherif El Sahly
The royal guard is the protection of the royal family, which is subordinate to the Ministry of Defense. It consists of five infantry regiments and two cavalry. Foot guards wear red uniforms and black caps.
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