King Charles left in stitches after member of the public literally bumps into him and makes hilarious gaffe

King Charles laughed off a waiter bumping into him whilst on an outing in a London pub.
King Charles laughed off a waiter bumping into him whilst on an outing in a London pub.

The King attended the Royal Family’s traditional Christmas Day church service for the first time since the death of his mother, the Queen

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King Charles laughed off a waiter bumping into him whilst on an outing in a London pub.

Last month, His Majesty and Queen Consort Camilla went out in the capital ahead of the Royal Family’s trip to Sandringham.

The King attended the family’s traditional Christmas Day church service for the first time since the death of his mother, the Queen.

They were joined by the Prince and Princess of Wales and their children – Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and four-year-old Prince Louis, who walked hand in hand with Kate.

According to a close friend, the monarch accidentally bumped into a member of staff at the London pub days before.

In a state of panic they apologised by saying “sorry King” instead of “Your Majesty”.

The source told the Daily Mail: “The King and Queen attended a party at the pub and the man had to carry up a big tray of appetisers from the kitchen.

“He opened the door to the room using his back, so he could keep both hands on the heavy tray. Then he bumped into someone.

“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'.”

According to a close friend, the monarch accidentally bumped into a member of staff at the London pub days before.
According to a close friend, the monarch accidentally bumped into a member of staff at the London pub days before.

Earlier today, a leak of Prince Harry’s highly anticipated book “Spare” revealed that King Charles tried to stop a fight between the two brothers after Prince Philip’s funeral at Windsor Castle in April 2021.

Charles stood between his children and pleaded with them to end their feud according to a leaked extract of his new autobiography.

Prince Harry writes that Charles looked up at his boys' “flushed faces” and requested them to stop.

“Please, boys,” Harry quotes Charles as saying, before adding: “Don’t make my final years a misery.”