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VIDEO: Prince Charles Reads The Weather

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Let’s imagine for a moment that the UK found itself in the midst of a republican revolution – the royal family would have to find proper jobs.

And while it might be fun to imagine what the likes of Princess Eugenie (not a fashion designer) and Prince Philip (a tour guide?) might have to do to earn a crust, we now know what Prince Charles will be doing: presenting weather forecasts in Scotland.

If this clip of him messing about while on a tour of BBC Scotland’s headquarters is anything to go by, he’s a natural. And funny with it – witness his ‘Who the hell wrote this script?’quip when confronted with inclement weather in the Balmoral area.

(Image: YouTube)

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