King Charles and Camilla meet Ryan Reynolds at Wrexham AFC
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The King showed he and the Queen Consort are a “typical married couple” as he commented on his wife lagging behind during a royal engagement in a moment caught on camera. Charles and Camilla yesterday visited Wrexham in Wales where they took part in an impromptu walkabout in the city centre.
At one point, the King was filmed asking aides to retrieve Camilla who was straggling behind as they greeted members of the public.
Charles can be heard saying: “Can we try and get her back again? Please. We need to go. I was trying to wait for her but now she goes on.”
The clip prompted a string of comments from Twitter users who described the royal couple as “relatable”.
One with the handle @JenyTLRal said: “Haha that is just a typical married couple. I think it’s cute and relatable.”
Another, @Thamer76, wrote: “I think this is sweet and funny, just shows that he is human like the rest of us.”
A third, Catriona Rowntree, said: “This is my Husband, daily!”
Another with the handle @Mama_FeMariana added: “Kings… at the end of the day, they’re just like every other husband.”
A fifth, @LordBlackwoodA1, said: “I love it they are like any couple. God save the King Charles lll and the Queen Camilla.”
A sixth, @Norfolk_Girly, wrote: “Love it! Typical of any married couple!”
Another, @FrattonBlue, added: “Men of a certain age will totally relate to this. I’m the same when we go to Sainsbury’s. Without the security of course. I just mumble to myself.”
One more, @TheItalianInNZ, said: “Every single man when about and about with their spouse/partner there… “
Charles and Camilla carried out a series of engagements during their visit to Wrexham on Friday.
The King and Queen Consort met Hollywood actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney as they paid a visit to the football club owned by the stars.
The royals also met Wrexham AFC players and staff as well as the co-chairmen during a tour of the Racecourse Ground.
Charles and Camilla went on their walkabout after arriving at St Giles’ Church in Wrexham city centre.
Hundreds of well-wishers lined the streets to greet the royal couple despite the freezing temperatures.
Charles and Camilla then met Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford and other dignitaries before moving into the church for a service to mark Wrexham becoming a city.
Addressing the packed congregation, the King said: “My wife and I are absolutely delighted to be with you in Wrexham today to celebrate your becoming a city.
“As you know, city status was granted to eight different communities in order to celebrate my late mother’s Platinum Jubilee.
“As we now mark this historic occasion, we also look back, with mingled sadness and pride, at that extraordinary reign, during which, as you know, my mother’s great love for Wales was always apparent.”
Later, on the final leg of the royal visit to Wrexham, Charles toured Erddig, a grand country house, garden and estate run by the National Trust Cymru.
The event marked 45 years since Charles, then the Prince of Wales, opened Erddig to the public.
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