Prince Charles today admitted that he didn't know where Wales actually is.
Speaking from his council house in Highgrove, he said this: 'Um, well, you know, I have to pretend to know where it is, um, because I'm the Prince of Wales. Apart from that, I don't even know what Welsh people actually do. Isn't it playing hockey?'
His partner, Camilla Parker-Pens, said: 'We always avoid going to Wales, I mean, everybody avoids going there, even the Welsh if they can.'
Prince Charles's mother, who we will call Queen X, unofficially commented: 'Where? Is it near Strathspey?'
Welsh rugby legend, Jonathan Creekies, commented: 'If the Prince doesn't care to visit our country for another hundred years, it will be all right with us.'
Many Welsh people have felt patronised by even having a 'Prince of Wales', and have wondered why he spends most of his time gardening in England, or wandering around the Scottish Highlands, but another unofficial Royal, a certain Prince Ph*ll*p, said: 'We had to send the bugger somewhere to get rid of him, couldn't stand the blighter talking about flowers all the time. Wales, Scotland, anywhere but here.'
Speaking from his unmarked grave near Bangor, Welsh revolutionary leader, Owen Glendower, said: 'Actually, I sent Prince Charles to be the next in line to the throne to get revenge on the English people!'
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