Charles and Camilla snuck out to London pub – and shocked waiter bumped into King

King Charles laughed off an incident in central London when a member of staff accidentally bumped into him, a friend of the king has revealed.

It came as The King and Queen Consort took a quiet trip into central London before travelling to Sandringham in Norfolk to celebrate Christmas last month.

The pair went to a pub in Mayfair where a member of staff accidentally bumped into King Charles. The accident stunned the staff member so much that he said: “Sorry, King”, instead of the correct term “Your Majesty”.

According to the friend, the member of staff had opened the a door from the kitchen with his back as he was carrying trays of food.

The friend told the Daily Mail: “He turned round and saw it was the King. Shocked, he said: 'Sorry, King.'

“He was later told by his boss that the King found it really funny and it was the first time he’d been called 'King'. In future, he should call him, 'Your Majesty'.”

A few days after the incident, King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla travelled to Sandringham to celebrate Christmas together with their families, including William and Kate and their children as well as Camilla's children from her previous marriage.

King Charles is currently getting ready for his youngest son, Prince Harry, to release his highly anticipated book Spare which is due to be released on 10 January.

The book will reportedly talk about the prince's life growing up in the royal family, as well as the sibling rivalry between him and his older brother William.

A source told The Sun: "At the heart of this book lies a sibling rivalry between little brother and big brother. It will reveal Harry's bitterness and feelings of unfairness that by the nature of hierarchy and birthright that he always played second fiddle to older William.

"The falling out is to be covered in the book in detail and what aggravates is it's not an outsider revealing these private moments — it's Harry giving his one-sided account of family affairs.

"Their mother [Princess] Diana always warned them they must never fall out because they would need one another. It is very sad it’s reached this stage."

Another source told The Sunday Times that William's wife Kate will also get the broadside in the book.

The source told the publication: “Generally, I think the book [will be] worse for them than the royal family is expecting.”

“Everything is laid bare. Charles comes out of it better than I had expected, but it’s tough on William, in particular, and even Kate gets a bit of a broadside."


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