Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Prince Charles endears himself to PNG villagers by using local lingo during tour

Daily Record

THE Prince of Wales called himself the "number one child belonging to the Queen" when he said: “Nambawan pikinini bilong misis kwin”.

PRINCE Charles has been talking to plants again – only this one answered back.
He spoke to a villager in traditional dress made of tree leaves during a trip to Papua New Guinea.
The prince endeared himself by using the local lingo, calling himself “Nambawan pikinini bilong misis kwin”.
And as we all know, that means the number one child belonging to the Queen.
His wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, was kissed at the event in coastal Boera by topless 24-year-old Jenny Lohia.
Jenny said later: “I’m proud of myself for giving her that kiss – it’s one in a million. She was so happy.”
Charles, colonel-in-chief of the Royal Pacific Islands Regiment, was visiting Papua New Guinea on behalf of the Queen.
She is head of state and Charles was there to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee.

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