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A royal super-fan who sparked a security scare by bursting in front of King Charles III's Rolls Royce to take a photo was 'milliseconds' away from death, according to a special forces veteran. The drama was captured on a live Sky News broadcast earlier today near the Savoy Circus junction, in East Acton, London.  King Charles was making his way from Westminster Hall to RAF Northholt when his convoy was ambushed by a man, armed with what appeared to be a camera.  The male, wearing a white top and blue trousers, had been chasing the monarch's car for about 100m when he darted into the road, crossing two lanes of traffic, to snap a picture of the King.  Armed bodyguards, pictured top left, open their doors as an amateur photographed burst into the road, near Savoy Junction, in East Acton, London, to take a photo of King Charles III The wannabe photographer was 'milliseconds from death and could have been shot by the King's team of close protection officers , according to an SAS veteran The man, pictured top left, sprinted more than 100m to take a photo of King Charles III as the monarch was driven through the streets of London on his way to Scotland Close protection officers, travelling behind the King, leapt out of their vehicle to intercept the man, who was ordered away from the monarch's Rolls Royce.  The royal super-fan's actions have today been branded 'crazy' by a former member of Britain's elite Special Air Service (SAS).  It comes as Britain's security services prepares a ring of steel around London ahead of the Queen's funeral on Monday, with snipers on rooftops and 1,500 soldiers and 10,000 police deployed throughout the capital. Security services have dropped a ring of steel around London ahead of the Queen's funeral on Monday, with 10.000 police and 1,500 set to patrol the streets while snipers watch from rooftops Phil Campion, a retired Staff Sergeant in 22 SAS, said the reckless photographer was 'milliseconds from death'. Speaking exclusively to MailOnline Phil, who served as a close protection officer in Afghanistan defending European ambassadors from terrorists, said: 'This guy is extremely lucky not to have been flat-packed and shot in the head. 'Close protection officers don't get a lot of time to work out whether people are a threat or not... He could have been milliseconds away from death. It would have been 50:50 at best whether he lived or died.' SAS veteran Phil Campion said the King's elite bodyguards had split seconds to make their decision and said it was 'lucky' the man hadn't been 'flat-packed and shot in the head' The King's journey to RAF Northholt continued uninterrupted, where he flew to Edinburgh to be met by hordes of well-wishers, who came to meet him during an unplanned walkabout of the Scottish capital.

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