A Scots Guardsman has been banned from the royal wedding parade after he ranted on Facebook about princess in waiting Kate Middleton.
Cameron Reilly was part of the several hundred strong group of Scots Guards who had been assigned to line the route that Prince William and Kate Middleton will take from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace.
The 18-year-old was suspended just days before the Royal Wedding after he posted on Facebook that Kate was a “stuck-up cow”.
“Her and William drove past me on Friday and all I got was a wave while she looked the opposite way from me, the stupid, stuck-up cow. Am I not good enough for them! Posh bitch. Who really gives a f*ck about her?” the guardsman wrote.
Reilly is regularly posted outside Buckingham Palace in the iconic red runic and bearskin hat.
In his other Facebook posts the teenager described London as a “Paki [Pakistani] holding cell” and also joked about shooting jews at the Tower of London, according to the Daily Mail.
On his Facebook page Reilly listed “causing trouble” and “super-strength” beer among his activities and interests.
A Scots Guards spokesman said the matter was under investigation and that Reilly has been suspended from royal wedding duties.