Pensioner Tells William And Kate They Did A 'B***y S****y Job' Hosting Bingo
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff after previously meeting residents via video link back in May.
During the call, the royal couple had read out the numbers for the home's weekly bingo session, but resident Joan Drew-Smith stated at the time that the game 'wasn't as good as it should have been'.
Now, you might think the 87-year-old would water down this review when sat face-to-face with Will and Kate earlier today (Wednesday), but she did quite the opposite.
When William reminded her of the negative feedback she gave, Joan said: "You did a b****y s****y job."
Will and Kate took it well though, erupting with laughter just like everyone else who heard the blunt appraisal.
Having composed himself, William responded: "Was it that bad? Was it the worst you've ever seen?"
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Joan replied: "I've got more to see. Every time you have a party I will just come and have a nose and I will tell you afterwards."
But while it wasn't a standard interaction for the royals, they do have to expect the unexpected when spending so much time mingling with the public.
Alongside his wife Camilla, Charles was thanking workers at an Asda distribution centre for keeping the country's food supplies moving throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
But as one worker was speaking to the 71-year-old, he started swaying from side to side before completely losing his balance and collapsing.
After seeing that the man was in the recovery position and seemingly coming around, Charles moved on to the next person he was due to chat to - while continually glancing over.
In the background of footage from the scene, the man could be seen being helped to his feet before being taken away from the marquee.
Thankfully, the Asda worker was unharmed and managed to resume his conversation with the royal, albeit with a slight smirk of embarrassment on his face.
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