King Charles loses his temper over leaky pen: ‘I can’t stand this filth’ (video)

On Tuesday, King Charles had just received a warm welcome from crowds in Belfast. The new monarch was visiting the royal residence of Hillsborough Castlein Northern Ireland, when a visibly annoying situation took place.

In a video that has gone viral, the King admitted to writing down the incorrect date – scribbling September 12 instead of 13 – before passing the pen to his wife, Queen Consort Camilla.

As he handed over the offending object, the king realized that he was fleeing. Oh, my God, I hate…before until his wife interrupts him to point out that the ink “flowed everywhere”.

Another pen was quickly brought to Camilla, who calmly signed the book as her husband raged in the background.

I can’t stand this dirt“, he fumed, furiously wiping away the black ink with a handkerchief.

Three more days Earlier Charles was filmed making angry gestures for royal aides to clear the desk where he was about to sign the Proclamation of Accession, which officially made him the monarch of the UK and Commonwealth after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.

The items he wanted removed were a pencil case and an inkwell, which were said to have been gifts from his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry.

Twitter users immediately took to the King’s wrath.

The servant has to clear my office for me. You can’t expect me moves objects“one person watching the live stream joked on Twitter, while another added:First day at work and he’s already fed up. LOL.

Queen Elizabeth died on September 8 at the age of 96. His death concluded the longest reign by a single monarch in Britain’s history, having celebrated seven decades on the throne. Its platinum jubilee was in June.


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