Royal horses roamed London

Royal horses roamed London

On summer vacation: Quaker and Vida in the Chiltern Hills in England. Image: British Army via AP

Quaker and Vida are enjoying summer in a sunny meadow. The last three aircraft have returned to service, and will likely participate in King Charles' Birthday Parade on June 15.

In April, five British royal horses wreaked havoc in London after being startled by loud construction noises.

Video images of the bloody and wild journey of the Trojans and Vida spread around the world:

Many horses were injured, but all are now on their way to recovery. Writes Sky News.

“They are recovering remarkably quickly,” says Matthew Woodward of the Household Cavalry, part of King Charles' household forces.

On Tuesday, the British Army posted a photo of Quaker and Vida together in a sunny meadow.

– They are recovering in the countryside, but appear to be able to return to work eventually, they write.

OUT INTO THE PEOPLE: Trojan will likely take part in a large Christmas parade in honor of King Charles on Saturday, June 15. Horses Tennyson and Vanquish are also back in action. Image: British Army

Three of the horses are already back in action.

– Despite all the odds, it looks like they can participate in the King's Birthday Parade on June 15. Army writes.

The annual show on the occasion of the British Monarch’s birthday It has been held since 1760.

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In addition to the horses, five soldiers were also injured in the incident that occurred in April.

Three of them are back at work, while the last two are still working on improving. The British Army says everyone is expected to return to their duties.

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