Carnival in London: This proverb makes Prince Charles laugh

Carnival in London: This proverb makes Prince Charles laugh

Updated 07/14/2022 06:51

  • Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla enjoyed Wednesday at the Notting Hill Carnival Comeback Party.
  • The two disguised art figures on stilts particularly impress the Queen’s son.

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Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla Taste the Upcoming Wednesday CARNIVAL Found in Notting Hill. The traditional arts show is celebrating its return this year after being canceled over the past two years due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Notting Hill Carnival was established in 1966 and has since grown into a “diverse and vibrant event” that showcases Caribbean culture each year London bring it on it says on the instagram account Charles and Camilla. A video was shared in which the two take a close look at different outfits. There was fun written on their faces.

Prince Charles entertains spectators at Notting Hill Carnival

Above all, the moment Prince Charles stood in front of two disguised art figures on high stilts made everyone laugh. “Hello there,” quipped Charles. Notting Hill Carnival takes place from 27 August to 29 August. More than one lakh visitors are expected.

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