Hunky knight turns heads on TikTok as hes labelled the missing Hemsworth

A knight has caused an internet meltdown after a video of him riding a horse was shared on TikTok.

The hunk was labelled the "missing Hemsworth brother" as a clip of him was posted earlier this week.

It all began when the poster of the video pleaded with the internet to "find this man".

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The video, posted by Addisonclarice, shows a blond-haired man dressed in armour and wielding a sword while he rides a horse.

As he rides the animal, he flicks his luscious hair and looks smouldering at the camera, reports Coventry Telegraph.

And the clip certainly went down a treat online as it's been watched almost a million times since it was uploaded earlier this week.

It has also been liked nearly 85,000 times and racked up over 2,000 comments.

One fan gushed: "Oooh. He's like the missing Hemsworth brother," while another claimed: "We're off to Warwick."

A third joked: "It's only an eight hour drive, I can be there by morning."

And a fourth commented: "If you listen closely, you can hear every lady in the audience become single all at once."

But it wasn't just women who were impressed by the man's looks, even lads got in on the action too.

One gushed: "Bro is quite majestic I'm not gonna lie," as another claimed he looks like a "Disney Prince".

The man is likely an actor part of the Knights of Middle England, a professional team of stunt riders, performers and actors.

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Shows are often put on at Warwick Castle, including the Dragon Slayor.

The War of the Roses is also a popular show among fans.

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