Prince Charles pulls a pint at The Prince of Wales in Clapham
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The Duchess was presented with a Boris Johnson doll during a visit to Clapham this afternoon. However, the Duchess appeared to show a look of disgust as she and Prince Charles were presented with a doll in the likeness of the Prime Minister.
The toy, which shows Boris Johnson’s shaggy blond hair, is a dog toy and is being sold by a local business in Clapham.
The hilarious moment came as Charles and Camilla visited south London to celebrate local businesses reopening after the lockdown.
Prince Charles pulled a pint behind the bar of his namesake pub pulled up his face mask to enjoy a sip.
Charles said he has always thought it would be fun to visit every Prince of Wales pub in the country and joked about a “free drink”.
It was a sunny day for the couple’s visit to the area, and the Duchess, who wore a summery multi-snowdrop silk print dress by Fiona Clare, was heard saying it was lovely to be outside.
Pub landlord Dermot Connell said it was exciting to have “the Prince of Wales coming to the Prince of Wales”, adding: “It’s good that he’s getting out and about and showing people it’s now safe again to be in the pubs.”
On whether he thought Prince Charles enjoyed his drink, Mr Connell said: “He seemed to like it.”
Charles and Camilla’s visit to the area, which also included stops at a Michelin-starred restaurant, a theatre, a florist, a barber’s, a pet shop and a fire station, was almost reminiscent of pre-Covid engagements.
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