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Published December 12, 2022

Video of King Charles getting annoyed with Queen Consort goes viral because all couples can relate

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king Charles n wrexham via the royal family channel twitter

King Charles and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, have become an oh-so-relatable couple after a recent walkabout.

A viral video shows the King getting irritated with his wife when she started lagging behind during an impromptu stroll in Wrexham where they were visiting the Football Club.

They walked around greeting fans who lined the streets, and Camilla eventually fell behind while talking with the public.

The video shows Charles asking his team, "Can we try and get her back again? Please. We need to go. I was trying to wait for her, but she goes on."

He wasn't mean or snarky, just a bit annoyed for man trying to keep a schedule.

The Twitter world went crazy in a good way when the clip appeared, with many people saying," that's just marriage."

One Twitter user said

"This was my husband last night waiting by the pub door as I did another round of goodbyes. It's normal behaviour.

Another wrote

" Sounds like me when shopping with the wife, she’s always gassing to some random. MARRIAGE"

Watch the clip and some of the reactions below.

feature image via the royal family channel twitter

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