New King Charles portrait vandalized in London museum, animal rights group says

Activists with Animal Rising stated they “redecorated” the portray on Tuesday.

Two of the group’s supporters “pasted the face of the enduring British character Wallace over His Majesty’s,” the group stated in a press launch, referencing a personality from “Wallace and Gromit,” an animated movie collection. The group launched a video of the vandalization on social media.

Charles final month turned the royal patron of the RSPCA Assured charity, which works to enhance the lives of animals on farms. And the activist group on Tuesday stated its motion was a part of an effort to cease the “terrible struggling throughout farms being endorsed by the RSPCA.”

“The motion highlighted the cruelty on RSPCA Assured farms the group had uncovered over the earlier weekend,” the group stated.

The art work by Jonathan Yeo, a U.Ok.-based artist, was unveiled throughout a ceremony in Could at Buckingham Palace.

The six-foot-tall portrait is on view on the Philip Mould Gallery via June 21.

ABC Information’ Helena Skinner and Zoe Magee contributed to this report.

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