Prince Charles puts a lid on lavatory seat rumour

  • Prince Charles puts a lid on lavatory seat rumour

Prince Charles puts a lid on lavatory seat rumour

In 1966 a 17-year-old Prince Charles spent six months studying at Geelong Grammar School's Timbertop campus, in the Victorian Alps.

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall are now on a seven day tour of Australia together, and he gave a radio interview where he answered a question about a insane rumor. That campaign was defeated at a referendum in 1999 in which most Australians voted to maintain the status quo.

Pictures of Camilla thumbing through a programme in the VIP box between her husband Prince Charles and Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull were widely circulated on social media, prompting some users to criticise the 70-year-old for failing to show more appreciation.

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"He probably didn't remember him, but I'm sure he (Dad) thought it was nice of him to remember the time back at Timbertop", Ms Ryan said.

"I remember you used to follow my dad around asking him questions and I remember you stirring the milk", said Jane, as Charles smiled and laughed.

Paintings of the Scottish Highlands are also taken out and about too, the book claimed.

In response to the question from the breakfast team at the station in Brisbane, he said "My own what?"

Prince Charles and Camilla's visit to Australia came just days after a poll revealed that the residents wanted to end the monarchy in their country.

The Duchess of Cornwall appeared disinterested at times during the ceremony and was caught on camera browsing through the program during Games chairman Peter Beattie's speech.

Prince Charles waves to cheering members of the public during a visit to Brisbane on Wednesday.