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Prince Charles had a terrific response when someone asked him if he wanted to get a pint. Have a look:
Come on, we've all wondered at some point what we would actually say if we ever met one of the royals.
I mean, deep down you know the chances of finding yourself in that situation are highly unlikely, but it's good to be prepared for these things.
Do you curtsy, do you shake hands, or do you go in for a full-on hug and a quick peck on the cheeks?
To be honest, I reckon the MI5 lads would jump in before you got close enough to get your lips on one of them, but still.
Well, the Commonwealth Games kicked off this week, and Prince Charles was out representing Buckingham Palace for the grand opening in Birmingham.
Unsurprisingly, huge crowds descended on the city to get a glimpse at the future King as he arrived at the event.
And one man grabbed the bull by the horns and took the opportunity to ask Charles if he fancied getting a couple of scoops.
In a video posted to TikTok by @andrewgould6, the hopeful bystander can be heard asking: "Charles, can we go for a beer?"
Not missing a beat, the 73-year-old then replied: "Where? Recommend somewhere."
He then chuckled to himself and walked on by.
A few years back, his son Harry also had to deal with a bit of a cheeky comment during a royal engagement.
Back in 2018, he and wife Meghan Markle were in Fraser Island, unveiling a plaque at K'gari Forest in dedication to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy conservation project
But it wasn't the plaque that was on everybody's mind.
The 37-year-old was about to get into his speech in the secluded spot, when a voice from the crowd was heard saying: "Awww, here we go! He's better looking in person."
And it seemed to be a popular opinion, according to news.com.au another voice agreed and said: "I'll second that!"
Despite being taken aback, the blushing prince managed to compose himself and is reported to have said, 'I'll take that as a compliment', while the amused crowd cheered and he was then able to carry on with the ceremony.
What a pro.
According to reports, the voice belonged to Mally Clarke, an elder of the indigenous Butchulla people, of Queensland.
She said: "I don't know what's gonna come out of my mouth. When he came out I just thought, 'Oooh, he's even better in the flesh. He better tell his wife about me'."
Featured Image Credit: @andrewgould6/TikTok
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