For the second time in as many days, King Charles III has expressed his frustration at having to sign a document with a leaking pen.
A small incident that greatly irritated the king was caught on video.
King Charles III was visiting Northern Ireland as part of his tour of England to pay tribute to his mother. He was, on several occasions, greeted by enthusiastic crowds.
Nevertheless, her warm spirit prevailed as she signed the guest book in front of the cameras at Hillsborough Castle, near Belfast.
Ink got on his hand from the pencil he was using.
“God, I hate that (pen)!” The king stood up and passed the pen to his wife, the Queen Consort, Camilla, and faded away.
“Oh look, it goes everywhere,” she added as Charles wiped his fingers.
“I can’t stand this ugliness… everyone [sacre] Time,” said the king and walked away.
A former royal aide once said that it can be fun, but it can also be hot-tempered and demanding.
While signing documents in London on Saturday, the enraged monarch gestured for help after being disturbed by a pen holder on his desk.
While filling out the documents on Tuesday, he also used the wrong date before checking with an assistant who said it was September 13, not September 12.
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