Prince Charles laughed while he struggled to drink a pint amid the damaging claims by his son Prince Harry.
The Prince of Wales sipped a drink in a pub named after himself in Clapham, southwest London to mark the reopening of hospitality, MirrorOnline reports.
Charles is yet to respond publicly to allegations made by Harry that he made him "suffer" while growing up.
The Duke of Sussex has used a new mental health docuseries on Apple TV to level several allegations at the royal family.
Harry accused relatives of showing him "total neglect" and telling him to "play the game" so his life would improve.
And in another interview this month on the Armchair Expert podcast, he said: "When it comes to parenting, if I've experienced some form of pain and suffering because of the pain and suffering that perhaps my father or parents suffered, I'm gonna make sure I break that cycle so that I don't pass it on."
Charles and Camilla visited the capital to show support as pubs, bars, restaurants, and shops reopened after the pandemic.
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As he walked in, pulling a mask on, Charles commented: "I’ve always thought it would be rather fun to go round visiting every Prince of Wales in the country.
"Hopefully I’d get a free drink in each one!"
The couple then chatted to owners Dermott Connell and Terry Slate before walking behind the bar
"Now," Charles said enthusiastically, "do you want me to pull a pint?"
"Here we go," the future king said as he began pulling the lever for Sambrook’s Wandle.
He added: "I think that’s enough. I’m not going to drink it all."
Charles then got the giggles as he attempted to pull up his mask for a sip and said: "Bit difficult this one."
While Charles is yet to issue a statement in response to Harry's comments, it is said he is "deeply hurt".
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