Hold onto your scarves footy fans because King Charles recently spilled the beans to none other than our roving reporter, Petula Tart, from The Ta Ta For Now News Agency. And what's all the buzz about? A little bit of football, a lot of royalty, and a dash of schoolyard nostalgia!
The new king, known for his passion for the 'beautiful game,' revealed that he and Camilla, the Queen Consort, are giving serious thought to buying Wembley Stadium.
When Prince Charles was just a lad, he and his schoolyard chums used to love playing with their balls in the schoolyard. Fast forward to today, and he's contemplating owning the legendary Wembley turf.
What's even more charming is his wish to rename the stadium in honor of his dear mum.
The king's grand idea was sparked when he caught the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin rocking Wembley two years ago. Since then, he's been brainstorming how to host epic royal rock concerts, with him featuring centre-stage, rocking it out on the bagpipes.
As for Wembley Stadium, it's no stranger to the spotlight. Since its grand opening in 2007, it's played host to a spectacular mix of events, from musical extravaganzas to rugby showdowns, croquet tournaments, thrilling boxing matches, unforgettable football clashes that stirred the nation, and even a dog grooming (no, not that kind of grooming) competition hosted by disgraced national treasure Phillip Schofield.
SIDENOTE: The Royal Fog Research Group, our trusted source for all things royal, estimates the cost of this dream at a princely £1.49 billion (or $1.49 billion if you prefer). King Charles' football spectacle dreams are certainly kicking off with a royal twist!