“Gandalf” follows a discussion in the public gallery about Partiget

Star Ian McKellen was present at the debate on “Partygate” in the British Parliament on Monday night. The 84-year-old actor, best known worldwide as Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings series, attended the hearing at the Public Gallery, according to The Guardian. Occasionally, McKellen used stage glasses to better follow the scene.

The actor did not want to give the newspaper an explanation of his existence. The British Parliament debated the report on the so-called party scandal on Monday. The report was prepared by a parliamentary inquiry into the scandal involving a chain of parties at the official residence of former Prime Minister Boris Johnson during the coronavirus lockdowns. The agency published its report last Thursday.

The Special Inquiry Committee said Johnson had “intentionally misled” the British parliament with his comments about the scandal. In addition, he had breached the rules of the House of Commons by actually speaking on the committee’s preliminary findings, when they had not yet been allowed to be released.

Johnson has resigned as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and recently resigned from Parliament. He has been working as a weekly columnist for the Daily Mail since last weekend.

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