King Charles III of England hosted a reception at Buckingham Palace on November 4, 2022.
The reception was in honor of the COP27 summit to be held in Egypt.
The opportunity for Charles III to meet Stella McCartney as King of England.

A moment of pure laughter at Buckingham Palace. King Charles III of England, 73, and his Prime Minister Rishi Sunak burst out laughing after a little clumsiness from Stella McCartney. On November 4, 2022, Charles III gathered at Buckingham Palace a line-up of high personalities from around the world. The new British monarch hosted a reception ahead of the COP 27 summit. Among the guests at the palace was designer Stella McCartney, 51. The daughter of Beatles member Sir Paul McCartney is an activist.

But even more, Stella McCartney has already worked many times with the king in the past while he was still Prince of Wales. During her meeting with the husband of Camilla Parker Bowles, the queen consort, 75, on November 4, the designer was not sure how to react. Since Charles III is currently King of England, Stella McCartney was meant to curtsey. But King Charles did not make it easy for him. Charles greeted her with a kiss on the cheek, reports The Mirror.

Charles III: Stella McCartney did not really know on which foot to dance with the King of England

“Your Majesty, I don’t know what I’m supposed to do anymore,” said Sir Paul McCartney’s daughter. Stella McCartney then took a deep bow while letting out a little cry. While curtsying, Stella McCartney added, “I think I’m supposed to do this now.” King Charles III of England and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak couldn’t help but laugh. There is a certain familiarity between the first Rishi Sunak and Stella McCartney. The latter revealed that he saw the designer a lot because their children go to the same school.

Charles III: big moment of hesitation between the king and Stella McCartney

King Charles III of England, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Stella McCartney © Agency

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