Pony who bit Queen's flowers past year defecates in front of her

The Queen was greeted by Shetland Pony Mascot Cruachan IV

Pony, whom British media have dubbed "the most disrespectful animal of Scotland", again broke Royal Protocol and caused trouble for the British Queen Elizabeth, reports the Chronicle.info with reference on the Facts.

The Queen didn't look impressed when an adorable pony, called Cruachan IV, defecated in front of her at Balmoral Castle yesterday.

Queen Elizabeth II talks to Pony Major Mark Wilkinson with regimental mascot Cruachan IV alongside Officer Commanding Major Johnny Thompson as she inspects Balaclava Company, 5 Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland at the gates at Balmoral.

Throughout her life, the Queen has always adored horses - she was given her first horse when she was just four years old. The castle is open to the public until the end of July and has been prepared for the Queen's arrival over the last week.

The Queen had greeted the cheeky pony by saying "here we are again" - a reference to how he had tried to eat her posy of flowers previous year.

Scores of onlookers held their phones aloft and snapped photographs of the Queen as she inspected the soldiers.

And in February this year, when the grandson of the Queen, Harry and his bride Meghan Markle made a visit to Edinburgh castle, the same pony tried to bite the Prince's hand.

Although Balmoral remains largely the same as it was in Queen Victoria's reign, successive royal owners have followed the initiative spearheaded by Prince Albert in making improvements to the estate.

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