Duchess of Cornwall grimaced after getting Boris Johnson dog toy from benefactor

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The Duchess of Cornwall is usually in perfection on royal occasions when she meets benefactors.

But Camilla had a very candid moment yesterday when she was caught grimacing and recoiling in horror after being given a pet toy – modeled after Boris Johnson.

The Royal, 72, and her husband, Prince Charles, 73, were spotted walking the High Street in Clapham Old Town, southwest London, before stopping in front of the luxury pet store Rex and Wolfe.

But while Prince Charles looked through the front window and talked to a shop assistant, Camilla stood nearby with a face of horror when someone handed her a dog toy modeled after the Prime Minister.

The £ 17.50 toys are widely available at card and pet stores, and similar styles are also on sale modeled after Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn, Donald Trump, Micheal Gove and Nigel Farage.

The Duchess of Cornwall is usually in perfection on royal occasions when she meets benefactors. But Camilla had a very candid moment yesterday when she was caught grimacing and recoiling in horror after being given a pet toy – modeled after Boris Johnson

The Royal, 72, and her husband, Prince Charles, 73, were spotted walking the High Street in Clapham Old Town, southwest London, before stopping in front of the luxury pet store Rex and Wolfe.

The Royal, 72, and her husband, Prince Charles, 73, were spotted walking the High Street in Clapham Old Town, southwest London, before stopping in front of the luxury pet store Rex and Wolfe.

Despite her negative reaction, the Duchess saw the toy take the toy and wander off with it as she and her husband walked down the street.

The funny moment was captured on camera by Becca Eaton, who paused during a run to view the royals.

Becca, 28, said: ‘It was pretty funny to watch – just a very candid response from Camilla.

Prince Charles peered into the store and talked to someone inside, but Camilla looked shocked when she received Boris Johnson’s dog toy.

She stepped back a bit, and the look on her face was priceless.

But she took it – and she wandered down the street with it as she and Prince Charles went on.

The £ 17.50 toys are widely available at card and pet stores, and similar styles are also available after the model of Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn, Donald Trump, Micheal Gove and Nigel Farage

The £ 17.50 toys are widely available at card and pet stores, and similar styles are also available after the model of Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn, Donald Trump, Micheal Gove and Nigel Farage

Despite her negative reaction, the Duchess saw the toy take the toy and wander off with it as she and her husband walked down the street.  The funny moment was captured on camera by Becca Eaton, who paused during a run to view the royals

Despite her negative reaction, the Duchess saw the toy take the toy and wander off with it as she and her husband walked down the street. The funny moment was captured on camera by Becca Eaton, who paused during a run to view the royals

“She probably gave it to one of her dogs to destroy,” Becca added jokingly.

‘I don’t know what they were doing there – I think they were just browsing the shops, and I think I heard someone say they were out for lunch.

“It was pretty cool to see them.”

The couple visited the leafy London borough yesterday to celebrate non-essential stores reopening following the relaxation of coronavirus restrictions.

The couple visited the leafy London borough yesterday to celebrate non-essential stores reopening following the relaxation of coronavirus restrictions.

The couple visited the leafy London borough yesterday to celebrate non-essential stores reopening following the relaxation of coronavirus restrictions.

From stepping into a barber shop to sipping a pint at The Prince of Wales pub, Charles appeared in good spirits enjoying a busy morning – including a trip to Michelin-starred Trinity restaurant, run by chef chef Adam Byatt.

Charles and Camilla have two Jack Russels – Bluebell and Beth – who are often spotted with them on royal occasions – and will no doubt love the new toy.

The squeeze treat is currently on sale at Scribbler card shop for £ 8.75 reduced from £ 17.50.

The product description reads: ‘Give your dog a taste of Bo Jo and watch them enjoy the squeaky Brexiteer. Fear not, because with this guy you won’t get stuck on ziplines or injure kids in rugby matches. With built-in squeakers, Boris is ready to chew.

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