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King Charles' outburst caught on camera - 'I can't bear this bloody thing!'

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King Charles has been caught on camera getting cross with a pen after it appears to leak on the monarch. The footage shows him writing in the visitors' book at Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland as Queen consort Camilla watches on.The King arrived at Northern Ireland's only royal residence where he had been given the pen to sign his autograph, but things didn't go as planned. READ MORE: 'Tense' Queen encounter caused by corgi puppy recalled by Nicola SturgeonAs he writes he can be seen getting frustrated and saying: "Oh God I hate this", before springing to his feet.Camilla then says: "Oh look it's going everywhere" as she takes the seat her husband previously occupied.Wiping his hands the King can be heard in the background saying: "I can't bear this bloody thing! [It's] what they do every stinking time."Charles can be seen gritting his teeth as he talks, wiping his hands furiously before walking around in the background muttering as Camilla gets to writing in the book.Chief political commentator of the Sunday Times, Tim Shipman, commented: "This is sort of amusing, but also the second evidence of a short temper we've seen in just a handful of days."The incident comes on Charles' first visit to Northern Ireland since he became King.

His anger comes just days after he was caught on camera gritting his teeth and signalling for aides to move an ink pot off the table as he tried to sign official documents at the Accession Council.The footage emerges following news that many of the King's staff at Clarence House may have been given a redundancy notice as he prepares to make the move to Buckingham Palace.People on Twitter have been quick to defend the monarch though, reminding others that not only has just lost his.

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