The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker-Bowles, brandished an eight-inch hand-forged knife at Prince Charles and warned him, “Behave yourself.” The Prince of Wales had a look of terror on his face.
Of course, the Duchess was only joking and Prince Charles was just riding along. The fun took place during their visit at the Seppeltsfield Winery in Tanunda Barossa in Australia on Nov. 10. The royal couple was presented with knives made by cutler Barry Gardner. The couple’s entourage and vineyard senior staff erupted with laughter after the Duchess made the joke, Express UK reported.
While at the winery, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall toured the barrel room where they were presented wine stored inside oaks in the years of their births, 1947 for the Duchess and 1948 for the Prince. The royal couple made another joke, topping each other as to who had the better-tasting birth-year wines. The Prince described his wine as “strong and bold.” The Duchess described hers as “refined and elegant.” They were also presented wines made under the birth year of The Duke of Cambridge, Prince Harry, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Adelaide, Australia on Nov. 10 for their royal tour of the country. On Nov 11, during their second day in the country, the royal couple marked Remembrance Day in Canberra. Their Royal Highness attended a Remembrance service at the Australian War memorial in memory of those who sacrifice during the 20th century war. They laid a wreath at the foot of the Stone of Remembrance and placed a floral tribute on the Tomb of the Unknown Australian Soldier in the Hall of Memory.