Bloke spots cloud that looks like a horse and reckons the Queen is ‘behind it’

A royal fan says the “horse shaped” cloud he spotted in the skies over North London, just days after the death of Her Majesty the Queen, was something to do with the late monarch.

Eki Eguae spotted the cloud while on his way back from the shops near his home in Wembley, north London on Sunday night.

Eki, 37, noticed the perfectly shaped cloud just days after the passing of the Queen – well known as a horse enthusiast.

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Her Majesty’s's coffin began its journey from the Balmoral estate to the English capital yesterday, where it will lie in state before her funeral.

And Eki, who showed the cloud picture to his colleagues, said he couldn't help but think that the Queen was looking over London.

The enthusiastic cloudspotter and night guard said: "At first I hadn't thought about the Queen.

"But later I was thinking about the fact that she was so enthusiastic about horse racing, and while talking to my colleagues we were all saying it felt like she was behind it.

"It was a really strange to see it, the cloud just looked so perfectly like a horse with someone riding it.

"I was just amazed when I spotted it, I quite like seeing what shapes some clouds look like but this one was just so distinctive.”

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Eiki isn’t the first one to see a heavenly apparition of the Queen.

Leanne Bethell, a resident of Telford in England’s West Midlands, posted a photo on Facebook on what appeared to be the late monarch in her signature hat in the form of clouds.

Ms Bethell captioned the photo saying: “Driving home and Lacey starts shouting OMG! I panicked, then she pointed this image out in the clouds".

Her image has gone viral since its initial post as its garnered over 16,000 likes, 9,600 comments and over 33,000 shares.


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