King Charles III portrait vandalized with Wallace and Gromit sticker

King Charles III portrait vandalized with Wallace and Gromit sticker


The first portrait of King Charles III was vandalized with a sticker featuring Wallace from the Wallace and Gromit series of movies, according to activists.

Animal rights activist group Animal Rising published a press release claiming credit for the protest, in which a sticker of the famous British cheese-loving clay inventor was pasted over the monarch’s face.

“Around 12:00 today (11/6/24,) two supporters of Animal Rising entered the Philip Mould gallery and proceeded to affix posters onto the painting of King Charles III,” the group said. “One poster overlaid the King’s face with Wallace, from the popular Aardman stop-motion, whilst another was a speech bubble reading ‘No Cheese Gromit. Look At All This Cruelty On RSPCA Farms!’”

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