Let's face it, being married to a royal isn't always as glamorous as it's cracked up to be. Sure, there's shiny jewels, regal robes, royal boxes at Wimbledon, and pretty palaces. But there's also a lot of small talk, a serious amount of travel and transit days, more waving in a day than us normal folk would do in a lifetime, and tons of fake smiling and ribbon cutting.
So it's good to see Prince Charles and his wife of 12 years, Duchess Camilla, still enjoying themselves on the road—even after they carried out a whopping 629 engagements together last year.
The couple have hit the ground running as they embark on a jam-packed royal tour of Canada to celebrate the nation's 150-year anniversary.
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And at one of the events in Iqaluit, Nunavut, the pair were welcomed by a traditional throat singing performance, which is known as katajjaq and delivered by two Inuit women. The aim of the game is to see who can last the longest and not run out of breath. Often, the throat-singers themselves will end up laughing if they lose their breath or can't keep up.
As the ladies sung with their throats in an incredible display of talent, the royal couple began giggling at the fascinating sight. The pair seemed very captivated by the musical offering and could be seen asking questions to the person sitting next to them.
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Of course, nothing these days comes without backlash, and it hasn't taken long for social media to blow up with criticism.
"Uneducated and disrespectful royal idiots. 'Prince Charles and Camilla Laugh During Inuit Throat-Singing Performance'," one person fumed on Twitter.
"Ugh, Prince Charles and Camilla laugh during Inuit throat singing. How #notclassy of you," another added.
By the looks of it, the future King of England isn't listening to the naysayers. All in all, we're just happy to see the two hardworking royals enjoying themselves.
This post was written by Bella Brennan. For more, check out our sister site Now To Love.
When the royals take part in a walkabout, which is essentially when an important guest strolls with a crowd, they are not allowed to take food or drinks. Why? For security reasons. Just as their ancestors used royal taste testers, royals today will not accept food because there is no way to verify that it is safe.
When they attend official functions, however, they are allowed to eat the food.