His royal pie-ness! Queen Camilla beckons King Charles to look at culinary treat

Queen Camilla could not help but have a chuckle at the Sandringham Flower Show before beckoning King Charles over to take a look at a culinary delight.

Pointing at one of the home-cooked pies were on display, she said: “It looks just like my husband!”

She then walked over to King Charles and brought him to the table where they both had a good laugh at the design.

The pie on display had a decorated pasty crown with embellishments and facial features including a smile.

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The Daily Mail’s royal editor, Rebecca English, was quick to post the video and picture of the pastry to Twitter, writing “King Charles came face to face with ‘his royal pie-ness’ in one of the exhibitor’s tents!”

On the social media platform, the editor also wrote she “had such a fun morning” at the Sandringham Flower Show which was held at Sandringham House in King’s Lynn.

The visit signified the Royal Family’s traditional end to their public appearances before the summer holidays.

Arriving earlier today, the royal couple were sat in style in a horse-drawn carriage. Queen Camilla, 76 wore a multi-print green shirt dress which is a bespoke Fiona Clare design.

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This year, the Sandringham Flower Show celebrates its 140th year and is expected to attract crowds of around 20,000 visitors. Horticultural specialists exhibit around 200 trade stands and the royal marquees contain competitions in vegetables, fruit, flowers, and floral art.

Charles and Camilla are well-known visitors to the summer event, but this year is their first trip as reigning monarchs.

The royals will then head up to Balmoral to enjoy their summer break. Balmoral Castle was a favourite resting spot of the late Queen and is where Queen Elizabeth spent much of her holiday during her reign.

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