On June 9, during a visit to the distribution center of the British supermarket chain Asda in Bristol, Prince Charles, who was with his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker-Bowles, decided to talk to the seller.
But as he started talking to the heir to the British throne, the store employee suddenly staggered, suddenly lost consciousness and fell to the ground. Charles was confused and tried to give a helping hand to the man, but colleagues immediately ran up to the fallen man and immediately provided first aid to the victim, writes the independent newspaper.
The Prince and his wife arrived at the network’s distribution center to thank workers who did not go into quarantine during the pandemic. Some employees returned from retirement, many worked overtime and on different shifts, and others postponed vacations to cope with increased demand in the supermarket.