Prince Charles left his wife in hoots of laughter after he failed to pull the perfect pint of Guinness during their latest royal engagement.
- Prince Charles and Camilla visited the Irish Cultural Centre in West London where the future King was taught how to pour Guinness.
- The moment left his wife Camilla in stitches as his attempts didn’t go to plan.
- This royal news (opens in new tab) comes after Zara Tindall and her husband Mike showed rare PDA on a sweet day out (opens in new tab).
During a special visit to the Irish Cultural Centre ahead of St Patrick’s Day, Prince Charles’ failure to pull the perfect pint of Guinness left Camilla in stitches.
The couple, who both tested positive for Covid (opens in new tab) in February, paid a visit to the centre in London, where the future King was shown how to pull a pint of Guinness.
Unfortunately, Prince Charles couldn’t quite get the hang of it. On the first attempt he needed assistance when tipping the pint, and the second he had to top up after only filling it halfway.
He raised his glass, giving a ‘cheers’ to Camilla and the media crew before taking a sip. He took the drink, however, without waiting the all-important few seconds for the foam to settle, ending up with it all over his nose.
This sight gave his wife, who is set to become Queen Consort (opens in new tab), the giggles, as she told him the foam was now on his nose. Charles laughed before quickly dabbing it away.
This is one of the many royal engagements fans have been treated to recently. With several members of The Firm reuniting for the Commonwealth service, with Kate showing her close bond with Camilla with an 'act of inconvenience.' (opens in new tab)
Unfortunately Her Majesty, the Queen was unable to attend due to her health concerns. The Queen tested positive for Covid-19 and suffered mild symptoms (opens in new tab) and has since been looking frail and has been warned to "pace herself".
Camilla has also been suffering much like the Queen, after her bout with Covid-19, with reports that she’s unable to "shake" some of the symptoms.