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King Charles’ amazing reaction to fan asking him out for a beer

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amassed nearly 8.6 million views after the royal ascended the throne last week following the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II.Walker said the moment occurred after he propositioned Charles for a pint at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony July 28.“I had only finished work and was walking to meet my mates for a drink, where I was minding my own business — until I suddenly saw him,” said the Birmingham native, setting the scene. “I thought, if I’m going for a pint, perhaps I’ll ask if he wants one as well.”The accompanying 14-second clip, filmed by bystander Andrew Gould, shows Charles waving to the crowd when Walker suddenly blurts out: “Charles, do you want to go for a beer?”“What?” the royal replies looking slightly confused.

Walker then repeats his unconventional question, whereupon the prince’s eyes twinkle and he replies “Where?”The unscripted moment caused the crowd, including the royal, to burst into laughter, whereupon Charles says: “You’ll have to recommend somewhere.”Walker was surprised that the prince would reply to such an unorthodox proposal. “I think he thought he was getting heckled at first, as I was shouting his name and I’m quite tall, so the initial response was slightly rude,” the Brit recalled. “But after I repeated myself, I couldn’t believe it as I didn’t think he would respond to me.”And Walker’s royal encounter reportedly didn’t end there.

The fan claimed that Charles’ security detail told him to wait as the royal wanted to meet him. “He was about to walk off, but then saw me and put his hand out before asking what I did as a job,” the digital marketing employee recounted. “He commented I was a ‘proper Brummie lad’ [British slang for someone from Birmingham] and wished me all the.

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