‘Luckiest Spider In The World’: Royal Watchers Spot Eight-Legged Creature Hitching A Ride On Queen’s Coffin

‘Luckiest Spider In The World’: Royal Watchers Spot Eight-Legged Creature Hitching A Ride On Queen’s Coffin

Royal TV watchers spotted an eight-legged creature hitching a ride in London on the late-Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin, and it’s been dubbed the “luckiest spider in the world.”

In images that surfaced on social media Monday, we see the little spider crawling over the handwritten card left by her son, King Charles III, and in the floral wreath on the coffin during the royal funeral procession, the Daily Mail reported.

The spider was only seen for a few seconds, as the late monarch’s coffin was draped in the Royal Standard traveling down the nave of Westminster Abbey before the funeral.

There was a spider on The Queen’s Coffin 🕷⚰️ As a spider fan, I am eleated! 😄 👍 Luckiest Spider in the world! pic.twitter.com/utZ8Tuh120

— Evildalek79 (@EvilDalek79) September 19, 2022

Twitter users watching the ceremony on television started asking each other if they had seen the little guy. One person called the eight-legged creature the “most famous spider.” While another person described it as the “luckiest” one.

bro there’s a spider running across the card on the queen’s coffin 🫣🫣🫣🫣🫣🫣🫣🫣🫣🫣 pic.twitter.com/VHRmk4pGNd

— elly 🏛🏹 (@returningsoul) September 19, 2022

“Did anyone see that spider on that bouquet of flowers?” one account tweeted. “On the queens coffin?”

Imagine you’re a spider in the garden and you fall asleep in a pink rose.
When you wake up, you stretch all your little legs and realise that you’re suddenly naked in Westminster Abbey, on top of the Queen’s coffin in front of world leaders and billions of people🕷️#queensfuneral pic.twitter.com/ARNc9s4y8O

— Fiona Adorno🌻 (@FionaAdorno) September 19, 2022

Another tweeted, “That spider crawling about on the queens coffin has got to be the most famous spider in the world now.”

“There was a spider on The Queen’s Coffin,” another wrote. “As a spider fan, I am elated!”

“Luckiest Spider in the world!” another person exclaimed.

Moment a tiny runaway spider from the Queen’s own garden was seen crawling across her coffin https://t.co/jR9xiJ9kEE

— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) September 19, 2022

The flowers on the late Queen’s wreath came from the gardens of Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, and Highgrove House, with each one chosen for its symbolism and meaning.

Spider hitched a ride on the Queen’s coffin . pic.twitter.com/VHW5dw9MnV

— 💧Sara (@_sara_jade_) September 19, 2022

Myrtle, grown from a sprig taken from the late Queen’s wedding bouquet, was chosen because it’s an ancient symbol of a happy marriage, while rosemary was for remembrance.

Thousands of people filled the streets in London to honor and pay respect to the Queen who died on September 8, as The Daily Wire previously reported. She was 96 years old.

She was the longest reigning monarch in British history and recently celebrated 70 years on the throne during her Platinum Jubilee in June.

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