Royal admirers have showered love and praises on King Charles as the monarch honored late Tina Turner, the ‘Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll’.
He honored Tina by permitting the band of the Welsh Guards to carry out her 1989 hit “The Best” through the generations old shifting of the guard ceremony in entrance of Buckingham Palace.
Tina Turner, the American-born singer who left a farming group to turn into a person of the best recording artists of all time, died on Wednesday at the age of 83.
Reacting to the news, royal admirers praised King Charles for honoring Tina.
Just one enthusiast commented, “I’m from Ireland and this sort of praise from the King is no shock. He’s often been generous with providing recognition to people who deserved it.”
Another said, “Don’t undervalue the new king!! Charles rocks!!”
“If for no other purpose I like King Charles for this,” reacted the third.
The fourth reported, “This is the finest image of the new KING!. Superior to listen to he honored Tina Turner! I danced to her new music for a long time! RIP!”
“There is a thing to be mentioned for acquiring a King in one’s age bracket who can take pleasure in the terrific audio of our period. Rock on, King Charles.”