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Eagle-eyed royals fans spot Charles show ‘proper temper’ at Scottish Coronation

Eagle-eyed royal fans reckon they spotted King Charles letting his "proper temper" show at the Scottish Coronation earlier this week.

Charles – alongside Queen Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton – headed to Edinburgh on Wednesday (July 5) for a service of thanksgiving and dedication at St Giles' Cathedral.

The special ceremony saw Charles presented with the Honours of Scotland – the country's crown jewels – following a procession from the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

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Despite the whole occasion running smoothly, Charles appeared to be somewhat irritated as the royals arrived at the cathedral.

The exchange was spotted on the BBC's coverage of the event and later shared on TikTok.

The caption on the video read: "Queen Camilla struggles to get out of the car so King Charles orders someone to open the other door, however Camilla was nearly out the other door.

"Watch Prince William laugh at the drama."

Charles could be seen screwing his face up as he gestured at royal staff to open the door on the other side of the car.

The video has been viewed over 1.7million times on TikTok and liked 42,000 times.

One person commented: "Charlie looks in a proper temper." To which another replied: "I had flashbacks to the pen incident," referencing the time Charles got angry with a leaking pen at a signing ceremony in Northern Ireland.

At the time he was heard saying: "Oh God, I hate this pen… can't bear this bloody thing! [It's] what they do every stinking time."

Another comment on this latest video read: "The way Charles snapped about the pen, I wish we had audio of him at all times."

"As usual, Charles isn't having any of it," a fourth person said.

A fifth TikTok user wrote: "He's got about as much patience as me."

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