The Prince of Wales got some froth on his nose after drinking some of the Irish dry stout—and his wife adorably pointed it out.
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prince charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall drinking pint
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Prince Charles and Camilla are celebrating St. Patrick's Day with lots of laughs this year. Ahead of the holiday, the pair visited the Irish Cultural Centre (ICC) in London, where they took a tour of the facility, learned about the center's history, and attended classes and performances. The Prince of Wales even gave pulling a Guinness a try, People reported. He got a few pointers on how to tip the glass, but the royal still had a bit of trouble pouring a pint much to Camilla's amusement.

The fun continued: As the Prince tasted the beer, he got a little froth on his nose before the drink got a chance to settle. His wife subtly told him about the gaffe—and at this point, he couldn't help but chuckle with her.

The duo has been keeping busy over the past few months and have made several public appearances. Most recently, Camilla welcomed several guests, including professional rowers Kat Cordiner, Abby Johnston, and Charlotte Irving, into the duo's home at Clarence House to talk about their work raising funds for cancer charities.

During that visit, royal fans got an inside look the future king and queen consort's living room thanks to a photographer who snapped a few shots of the get-together—and even captured a framed photo of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on their wedding day in the background. This particular image shows Prince Charles escorting the Duchess of Sussex (partly) down the aisle. It was a special memory for everyone involved: According to Prince Harry, he gave Prince Charles a big thank you after he happily walked Meghan towards the altar. "You've gotta say thank you. Just because he's my father that doesn't mean I can just sort of go, 'Okay, that's all, I'll take it from here," the Duke previously said of the heartfelt moment. "I was very grateful for him to be able to do that."

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