It has not been long since King Charles III was officially proclaimed the new British monarch following the death of Queen Elizabeth, but he has been hounded with several issues already.
Earlier this week, the father of Prince William and Prince Harry made headlines again after he stormed out over rage with a “bloody” pen during his recent visit to Northern Island’s Hillsborough Castle. King Charles III was caught off guard after his pen stopped working as he signed official documents.
King Charles III, after Queen Consort Camilla pointed out he wrote the wrong date on the document, said, “I cannot bear this bloody thing!” The irritated monarch added, “Oh God, I put the wrong date down.”
The son of the late Queen Elizabeth II also said, “Oh, God. I hate this,” when his wife pointed out that he signed the 12th earlier. King Charles III continued, “I can’t bear this bloody thing! What they do, every stinking time.” He later appears to storm out of the room while his wife signs the book herself.
Absolute masterclass in the distinctively English style of comedy that fuses cascading error, personal peevishness, and physical malfunction. pic.twitter.com/lo785gCbAF
— Kieran Healy (@kjhealy) September 13, 2022
The most recent video of King Charles III came just days after a clip of him getting agitated over a messy desk went viral. The former Prince of Wales asked a royal aide to replace his pen and clear the table at his Accession Ceremony.
Most, if not all, royal fans are aware that King Charles III has spent his whole life preparing for the monarchy. This time has finally arrived at age 73.
Prince Charles, the oldest person to ever ascend to the British throne, became King Charles III on Thursday after his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, passed away. There is no scheduled date for his coronation as of this writing.
The ex-husband of the late Princess Diana began his apprenticeship as a kid and represents the modernizing of the British monarchy. King Charles III was the first heir who was not educated at home, the first to receive a university degree, and the first to grow up under the expanding media spotlight as respect for monarchy declined.
In addition, King Charles III alienated many with his painful divorce from the much-loved Princess Diana and by violating the norms prohibiting members of the royal family from meddling in public affairs by getting into disputes on matters like environmental protection and architectural preservation.