King Charles’ entrance to Buckingham Palace has failed Twitter

After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, her son Charles became the new monarch, King Charles III. appointed. On September 9, he addressed the nation for the first time as king. As the Independent reported in February, Charles and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, would take up residence at Buckingham Palace once he ascended the throne. However, the pair had hiccups in their first appearance.

After addressing the nation, Camilla joined Charles and the couple greeted a crowd gathered outside Buckingham Palace. After they finished shaking hands, the royal couple attempted to make their grand entrance into the palace but were confused as to which door to use. “He doesn’t seem to know exactly which entrance to go through,” a BBC reporter said during a live stream of the event (via Page Six).

The entrance mishap didn’t go unnoticed by the crowd, who were having a great day at the King’s expense. “It’s his first job in 73 years so needs to slow down,” one person tweeted. “Chucky got off to a bad start, can’t seem to find the front door to his new home,” joked another. “Is this really our neutral, law-abiding king… The door is on the left, Charles,” ranted one user. One joked that the snafu reminded her of President Joe Biden, while another came to the king’s defense in his time of mourning.

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