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How a fountain pen pissed off King Charles III (again)

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How a fountain pen pissed off King Charles III (again)

It all happened while visiting Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland.

O King Charles III was proclaimed. only four days ago, but fountain pens seem to have already played an important role in his reign. If on the day of the proclamation of the monarch, he was seen asking the secretary to remove the inkwells from the table, then this Tuesday at Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland, the king returned to the main role in a moment of disappointment associated with the pen.

When did you first visit Northern Ireland while the kingaccompanied by Queen Consort Camilla, the monarch had to re-sign the Hillsborough Castle guest book, and the fountain pen he used to sign ended up soiling his fingers.

“Every time. I can’t do this anymore,” King Charles III said with obvious annoyance as one of the guards cleaned his paddock.

Meanwhile, another security officer handed over a new pen queen camilla so that she could sign the guest book.

O King Charles III visited Northern Ireland on Tuesday, accompanied by Queen Consort Camilla, and was received by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Belfast, Dame Fionnuala Jay-O’Boyle, the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Chris Heaton-Harris, and the city of Belfast. Airport chief executive Matthew Hall.

In his speech to the Northern Ireland Assembly, the King stated that his mother, Queen Elizabeth IIwas aware of his role and “deeply felt the importance he played in uniting those whom history had separated and in striving to make possible the healing of lingering wounds.”

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Charles III he also vowed to play a similar role, stressing that he was now embarking on his “new responsibilities to ensure the well-being of all people in Northern Ireland”.

The King also visited Hillsborough Castle in Belfast, where he visited an exhibition on Elizabeth II’s relationship with Northern Ireland.

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“I was sick for a year and a half,” Alberta Marquez Fernandez recalls a period of absence from television.

Alberta Marquez Fernandez was one of the guests on the SIC afternoon program on Tuesday, October 4th. In an intimate conversation with Giulia Pinheirothe journalist revealed her most personal side and remembered the period of more than a year during which she was away from the screens.

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