While the exact wording may be up for debate, it is clear that Charles was feeling frustrated by the delay. This is not the first time that Charles has been caught on camera showing his emotions. In the past, he has been seen gritting his teeth and fuming over a faulty pen. These incidents have fueled speculation about his temperament and whether he is fit to be king. However, his supporters have pointed out that such outbursts are rare and that he has a long history of public service and dedication to his role as heir to the throne. At the coronation concert, another off-the-cuff Charles moment was caught on camera. Host Hugh Bonneville made a reference to the late music legend Prince, calling Charles “the artist formerly known as Prince.” Charles let out a burst of laughter before grimacing at the witty line. This incident shows that despite his position and stature, Charles can still appreciate a good joke. While the incident may have caused some embarrassment for Charles and the royal family, it is a reminder that they are human and subject to the same emotions as anyone else. The fact that Charles was caught venting his frustrations shows that he is not always the stoic and composed figure that he is often portrayed as.
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