In a short statement from Buckingham Palace it's been revealed that Prince Charles will undergo surgery to replace his single brain cell. Spokesperson Alistair Whitebottom Snotworthy-Rimcrust said, "Charles has been suffering from some memory loss recently so he saw his neurologist Sir Tristham Scalpel-le-Tremble, who also treats the royal corgis. Tests revealed that Charles has blockages in ten of his eleven main brain blood vessels. This has caused the death of all but one of his brain cells, and that one is showing signs of ageing."
Asked why nobody had noticed any outward changes in Charles' behaviour Snotworthy-Rimcrust stated, "Well he has only got five O-levels, in woodwork, metalwork, domestic science, astrology and late 20th century British Royal Family History. And all of those were honorary."
Charles is expected to make a full recovery within 24 hours and to be able to continue to fulfill all his Royal duries.