The Commonwealth Games, which I take is the Farrah Franklin to the Beyoncé Olympics, are off to a start down in Australia. Because THE QUEEN is not the spring chicken she once was and is too busy on corgi duty, she sends minions to handle her business in far-flung destinations. While those Down Under were probably hoping the youngins would come in place of Grammy, they got stuck with Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla, the latter of whom seemed like she’d rather be at home watching Suits reruns.
The Daily Beast says Charles and Camilla were in Australia for the opening of the Commonwealth Games, and when the camera panned to the two of them, she was usually seen flipping through a program instead of watching whatever was playing out before her. People said she looked bored.
I loved the cut to Camilla, when she was reading a magazine and had tuned tf out.
— Ashleigh (@ahodge_) April 5, 2018
This comes at a bit of a touchy time because once THE QUEEN is off the throne, it would be time to find a new head of the Commonwealth…and that doesn’t necessarily have to go to Charles, like the King of England title does. Some royal critics have been fapping to the idea of a non-royal getting named just to show how modern things have become.
For what it’s worth, the Commonwealth Games Federation President Louise Martin made it sound like they were just jetlagged and Camilla actually had a good time:
“She’d just got off the plane in the morning with a full duty right through [the day]. When you’re back to back like that off a long-haul flight… and she literally hates flying. She really does, she hates it. She really wanted to go to sleep.She really enjoyed herself. I didn’t see the facial expressions et cetera, but the comments between the duchess and Prince Charles and myself, she was asking questions all the time. They both enjoyed it.”
This isn’t the first time Camilla has caused everyone to get their panties in a twist over how she behaved in her royal duties. Do yourself a favor and check out how she insulted the Inuits of Canada last year…volume up:
— ITV News (@itvnews) July 4, 2017