During a mishap involving a microphone that took place in 2005, King Charles is said to have complained about a reporter to his son.
Charles made the unfortunate gaffe while on vacation with his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, in the Swiss Alps. They were all skiing together at the time.
The future King of England gushed to BBC reporter Nicholas Witchell about his wedding to Camilla Parker Bowles, saying, “I’m really delighted you heard of it anyway.” The conversation was about the couple’s recent union.
Still, when the cameras stopped rolling, Charles forgot he was wearing a microphone and said something mean about Witchell. “People should be killed.” I cannot stand to be around that dude. He is very horrible. “In all honesty, he is.”
William jumped in to cover the situation and tried to control the blunder by using his lighthearted humor to get the situation back on track.
“On the condition that I don’t misplace the rings.” “Due to the fact that I have one task, I will inevitably mess something up.”
Since Nicholas Witchell was the one who broke the news that Princess Diana had passed away in 1997, it is speculated that King Charles has had a deep-seated animosity toward him.