Bottom Touching And The Rest: What The Royals Put Up With!
5 hilarious times royal protocol was completely broken! From stolen kisses, to cheeky bottom touching, to tiny tantrums… check out the times the royals had to deal with some outrageous behaviour from lot!
1. Camilla better watch out as Janine Kirk goes 'down under' with Prince Charles...
After been dubbed the 'Pink Panther' the Chief Executive of 'The Princes Charities Australia' has had to defend her actions fter she was seemingly spotted copping a cheeky feel of the Prince of Wales bottom at the Australian Skills for Psychological Recovery Roundtable meeting. "I didn't touch him. I was guiding him around the event." She told Sky. "It is just a funny camera angle." Sure honey, sure.
2. When Victoria McRae stole a cheeky kiss ON THE LIPS from Prince Harry!
The plucky 21-year-old made ladies the world over green with envy when she cheekily grabbed a smooch from the fifth-in-line to the throne. The blonde beauty gushed about her encounter "He let me kiss him on the cheek but then I went in for it. The rest was history," Ms McRae said. "It was amazing, it's meant to be, there's a lot of chemistry there I'd say." Picture: Getty
3. When adorable little Jessica Fox just couldn't hold in the tears...
The sweet four-year-old proudly presented Prince Charles with a white rose for his buttonhole when he visited The Great Yorkshire Show this year. However, little lady understandably couldn't help feeling a tad overwhelmed by all the excitement and had to take a moment to blow her nose on her pretty frock. Bless! Picture: Getty
4. When this eagle rudely flew in Prince Charles and Camilla's faces...
Royal protocol was again outrageously ignored by this cheeky bald eagle as he flapped his wings in the faces of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at Sandringham Flower Show. No need to get in a flap now guys! (Sorry, we couldn't resist.)
5. When Prince Charles actually had to toll up his sleeves and help in the kitchen.
The Prince of Wales got more than he bargained for when he visited Wenslydale Creamery. Instead of the usual tour with a few mandatory pictures, the 66-year-old was asked to get well and truly stuck in as he created and carved some of the company's cheese.