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KING CHARLES ASKS STAFF TO MOVE PENS AWAY BECAUSE HE IS TOO “KINGLY” TO DO IT HIMSELF

King Charles III was formally crowned king of the United Kingdom on 10 September following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

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His ascension ceremony took place at St James Palace, but viewers noticed a temporal moment of the new king demonstrating his perceived self-entitlement. (He is the king, after all…)

He was seen being unhappy and annoyed with a pen and ink box that was on his table and was spotted gesturing angrily at his royal aide to move it away from the table.

Netizens pointed out that he could have moved it himself, but his new kingly status meant that such actions were beneath him.

Twitter user @StokeyyG2 asked “could he not have just moved it himself?” as his Twitter video showing the annoyed king grimacing at his aides went viral.

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The hashtag #NotMyKing was also trending on Twitter for days, as netizens called him out for his lack of respect for others, as well as allegedly being a spoiled man-child.

Netizens’ comments

  • as soon as you turn 70 you lose ability to move things out of your way
  • Bros got baby carrot for fingers what u think
  • What’s the point of being a king if you have to do things by yourself
  • And make the Royal Pen Mover unemployed? I don’t think so!

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