Queen Camilla’s hilarious four-word comment about her other grandson called Louis

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Queen Camilla joked with royal fans on the Isle of Man, making a four-word comment about her other grandson Louis that left them laughing during a visit on behalf of King Charles to confer city status to Douglas

Queen Camilla joked with royal fans that one of her grandkids named Louis was “quite a handful” as she chatted with them on the Isle of Man.

She entertained well-wishers with her sense of humour today, and made a witty eight-word remark about her grandson. Camilla looked stunning in a navy blue coat by Anne Valentine, which she paired with a colour-matching Chanel cross-body bag, black suede boots, her signature jewellery and a magnificent sapphire and diamond brooch.

The Queen greeted royal fans who had gathered outside Douglas Borough Council after presenting the Letters of Patent to confer city status on Douglas on behalf of King Charles.

And during her walkabout, the royal met a baby in the crowd with the same name and said: “I have a Louis grandson… quite a handful”. But it is not entirely clear whether she was referring to the Prince and Princess of Wales’s youngest, Prince Louis, 5, or Louis Lopes, her daughter Laura’s 14-year-old son.

The Queen made a flying visit to the Isle on behalf of her husband King Charles, saying he was “so sorry” he could not be there himself to celebrate the “extremely special occasion”, reported the Express. The monarch is currently undergoing treatment for a type of cancer, after being diagnosed back in February and has thus postponed his public-facing duties.

Today, Camilla thanked residents for their “warm welcome” before reading out a speech prepared by The King which acknowledged the late Queen Elizabeth II. The King’s speech read: “The granting of your city status is particularly special to me, as your Letters Patent are the only ones in existence that hold both my signature and that of my late mother.

“Therefore, ladies and gentlemen, as you mark your well-deserved status as one of the newest cities in the British Isles, and the only one of the Crown Dependencies, I would like to offer on behalf of my wife and myself, my heartfelt congratulations and my very best wishes for the future.”

The Queen later unveiled a City Hall plaque before meeting the crowds handing her bouquets of flowers and shaking hands. After leaving the borough council, the Queen took an eight-minute drive to Government House in Onchan, the official residence of the Lieutenant Governor and his family, where she met with community groups including the RNLI, which was formed on the Isle of Man 200 years ago.

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