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January 1, Bad Lip Reading of The King



Well this is kinda funny. So King Charles is a man who might’ve let his frustrations slip right before his coronation.

This video is just a joke, not to be taken seriously

Now, Charles was sittin’ in his coach with Camilla, waitin’ for the signal to mosey on into Westminster Abbey and start the ceremony. But William and Kate, the Prince and Princess of Wales, done showed up late, messin’ with the order of things. So Charles and Camilla sat there, just a tad bit awkward-like.

Two lip readers, workin’ independently, watched the footage and tried to figure out what ol’ Charles was sayin’. The Daily Mail reported one lip reader sayin’, “I’m worried about time, I mean it’s been longer this time and, well, erm, I mean look! I know.” The other lip reader reckoned Charles said, “We can never be on time. Yes, I’m … this is a negative. There’s always something.”

Now, this ain’t the first time King Charles’ little moments of impatience have made the headlines. There was that time he signaled an aide through gritted teeth to clear his desk, and then another when he fumed over a faulty pen signin’ important documents.

And let’s not forget that coronation concert. “Downton Abbey” actor Hugh Bonneville opened with a funny monologue that caused quite the reaction from Charles. Bonneville said, “He himself is a painter, an artist … The artist formerly known as Prince,” referencin’ the late music legend. Ol’ Charles couldn’t help but laugh and then grimace at the witty line.

So, folks, even kings can have their moments of frustration. But maybe next time, they’ll make sure the cameras ain’t rollin’.


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