Prince Charles Fires Back at Crazy Rumor in an Unexpected Way!

Prince Charles Fires Back at Crazy Rumor in an Unexpected Way!

Prince Charles responded to claims that he takes his own lavatory seat on overseas trips, saying "Don't believe all that crap".

It will be the final day the prince and duchess are together, with Camilla set to attend events in Brisbane on Friday before flying home, while Charles will fly to Bundaberg and then on the Vanuatu, Cairns and Darwin.

The persistent host turned to Camilla for clarification: "So he doesn't carry his own toilet seat when he travels?"

While in Australia, Prince Charles was bombarded with an off-hand question about rumours circulating about his travel habits.




We've listened to the audio several times, and have decided that the Duchess' wordless response is the exact midpoint between an embarrassed groan and an annoyed sigh.

Camilla was a guest of honour at the ceremony - especially as her husband Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, had the duty of declaring the Games open. The crowd also flocked to the Old Government House where General Peter Cosgrove personally greeted them.

The visit equals his mother Queen Elizabeth II's tally of 16 royal tours of the former British colony and comes as the 91-year-old monarch winds back her global travel commitments. It is the first time since Australia became a self-governing country 117 years ago that both the Prime Minister and opposition agree on this.

Charles and Camilla wandered among hundreds of well-wishers who had risked rain to see them before visiting a Brisbane children's hospital. In an upcoming book about Prince Harry's fiancee, Meghan Markle, writer Andrew Morton claims that the Suits star became fascinated with the royals following Princess Diana's death in 1997.

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