King Charles grabbed by love handles in awkward royal breach

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Russell Kane, 47, recalled the moment his wife Lindsey Cole was left mortified after meeting then Prince Charles which went horribly wrong.

The comedian, who is a patron of the Prince’s Trust, was invited to an event where the couple were able to meet the royals.

But things took a slight turn for the worse after his other half broke royal protocol.

Speaking to, Russell explained: “I’m a patron of the Prince’s Trust so I met Charles a few times. One of the times we were there Lindsey accidentally grabbed him on the love handles and moved him out of the way.

“One instruction we got was don’t touch Prince Charles. We thought that’s an easy instruction – who runs up to the future monarch and grabs him.”

He continued: “Lindsey got confused and thought it was a random guy. It was him [King Charles] actually talking to someone super important like Moira Stuart or Damian Lewis, someone like that.

“Lindsay just went. ‘Sorry babe,’ grabbed him on the love handles and moved him out the way.”

Russell chuckled: “Can you believe it?”

The awkward encounter did not end there when the couple later received a letter from the Palace.

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He recalled: “We got a letter the next day saying, ‘Don’t be too upset. It’s all ok. We must invite you to future events.'”

To make matters slightly worse Russell revealed his partner suffered a wardrobe malfunction at the next royal function after Lindsey’s trousers split exposing her derriere.

The on-screen star admitted he couldn’t believe his wife had “flashed her bottom” at a royal engagement.

Russell, who tied the knot with his wife Lindsey in 2014, admitted his other half is a big supporter of his music venture which he aims to raise funds for the charity CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably).

It comes as the comedian is hoping to hit the music charts with his track Laundry Fight – an R&B song inspired by domestic life and partners leaving their underwear on the floor.

Russell, who is a regular co-host on Channel 4’s Steph Packed Lunch, released his first single on April 28.

“Let’s just say it’s an inspirational song for all partners male or female who don’t like seeing a towel on the floor,” he shared.

Laundry Fight has been produced by some heavyweight dance music producers, including Nick Bridges who has worked with Bodyrox and N-Dubz and Si Hulbert, who was written for One Direction and Adele.

All streaming and sales revenue will go to suicide prevention charity, CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably).

Russell Kane’s Laundry Fight is available now. Alternatively, you can add it to your streaming playlist by clicking here:

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