You’re never too old…or too royal to get a telling off from your mum!
The Prince of Wales may have celebrated his 70th birthday last year, but that didn’t stop him from getting a scolding from his mother, Queen Elizabeth during the D-Day 75th anniversary commemorations in Portsmouth, UK on Wednesday.
With the likes of President Donald Trump, British PM Theresa May and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seated for a photo opportunity, Prince Charles couldn’t resist cracking a joke.
And while the world leaders seemed to find Charles’ anecdote amusing, the Queen seemed less than impressed.
The occasion marked the end of Trump’s three-day visit to the UK, which involved the environmentally conscious Prince grilling the US president on climate change.
"What he really wants and what he feels strongly about is the future,” Trump told Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain.
"He wants the best climate for the future. He wants a good climate and not a disaster."