Queen Consort Camilla's plane had difficulty completing its flight when a bird crashed into it

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Queen Consort Camille's plane had difficulty completing its flight when a bird crashed into it

The Queen Consort is afraid of flying, so she had a real horror when a bird left a dent in the plane.< /p> Related video

The plane, on which Queen Consort Camilla flew from Indian Bangalore to London Heathrow Airport, was hardly landed after a bird crashed into it. The Daily Mail writes about this.

An impressive dent remained on the nose of the plane from the impact. It is known that Camilla is afraid of flying, so after landing, it took her a few minutes to recover.

She honestly spoke about this phobia, admitting that although she is afraid, it does not prevent her from flying around the world.

Insiders report that she always grips her husband's hand tightly when the plane takes off from the ground, and when landing. But small planes scare her more than standard liners. It is known that somehow she sat on the ladder of a light aircraft for some time, gaining courage to go into the cabin.

King Charles III, being a pilot, is sympathetic to Camilla's phobia, but one day, when the plane got into a turbulence zone, he asked his wife not to squeeze his hand so hard.

A British Airways Boeing 777-200ER was flying from India to London, and was about to land when a bird crashed into its nose.< /p>

The photo after landing shows a huge dent in the nose of the aircraft, where the weather radar is located. But although the damage looks serious, it usually does not prevent pilots from bringing the liner to its destination. Although the passengers must have experienced a few unpleasant moments.

Queen Consort Camille's plane had difficulty completing its flight when a bird hit it

Queen Consort Camille's plane had difficulty completing its flight when a bird crashed into it

The visit to India was not an official visit. The 75-year-old Queen Consort reportedly vacationed at SOUKYA.

It is an eco-resort offering yoga, homeopathic, Ayurvedic and naturopathic treatments.

She has been attending SOUKYA Wellness Complex since 2010 in Bangalore at least seven times.

In 2019, Prince Charles also joined the Indian resort. He celebrated his 71st birthday at SOUKYA and was rumored to be delighted with the vegetarian menu, spa treatments and yoga.

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