Viewers have swallowed hilarious images of Prince Charles against a group of turkeys in the BBC One documentary that was aired tonight.
Prince, son and heir – Charles, 70, showed his keen environmental awareness and in the program he also denied that he was a 'nosy & nasty'. would be frost if he succeeded on the throne.
But another, more unusual part of the documentary was watching viewers, while the Prince of Wales wanders around the Dumfries House farm and swallows a group of turkeys.
Prince Charles has a somewhat unusual habit of talking to his turkeys. In the documentary he said that the turkeys make him laugh & # 39;
He said: "We wanted to have an educational farm to try and see if we could make the best way to reconnect people to where their food comes from.
I love these turkeys, they make me laugh so much. & # 39;
Then he gobbles up the birds and cracks users of social media.
One of them said: "Prince Charles did an impression of a Turkey was everything # PrinceCharles # PrinceSonandHeir & # 39;
Another said: "Prince Charles, who is beating a Turkey, must be the best thing ever seen on TV, what a man."
Prince Charles has a predilection for the turkeys on the farm in Dumfries House. There are also a number of other rare breeds in the property
A pig on the farm in Dumfries House. The Prince of Wales describes it as a beautiful orange coat & # 39;
Prince Charles leans over the rock wall and talks to the pig while he & # 39; hello-disgust & # 39; says before he chuckles and wanders away
The Prince of Wales can also be seen talking to a pig saying 'hello horror & # 39; and chuckles to himself.
He then points to an area where the pig can eat something tasty.
Users of social media were also particularly impressed by the environmental friendliness of Prince Charles, with a clip that in 1970 gave a speech about plastic waste.
They were also full of praise for his Aston Martin Volante, which he had since the age of 21, and is now run on white wine.
The Prince of Wales insisted that engineers run it in a more environmentally-friendly way.
In the big documentary to celebrate his 70th birthday next week, the successor to the throne tackled a number of things, such as his controversial lobby.
It also contained open family contributions, including his sons William and Harry and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall.
A number of fascinating facts emerged about the heir to the throne, as he is a workaholic, and often falls asleep at midnight with a memo on his head.
The Prince of Wales also denied that he was a 'nosy & nasty'. would be frost if he succeeded on the throne.
The response of the viewers to the frank portrait of Prince Wales was predominantly positive.
Prince William was impressed by his father's speech in 1970, where he spoke about plastics and the future problems society would have to destroy them
The heir to the throne – along with Prince Andrew at a Prince & # 39; s Trust event in Surrey in 1998 – said he would soften the campaign as king because he & # 39; s not stupid & # 39; is
One user said: & # 39; Just look at Prince Charles on BBC One.
& # 39; What a great guy he is. Much of my life ridiculed, but perhaps the world has just caught up with its thinking.
& # 39; And he is also an EV owner. Well done HRH. & # 39;
Another social media user said: & # 39; This documentary about Prince Charles is amazing.
& # 39; Be real & # 39; human & # 39; side see and are brilliant humor # PrinceCharles & # 39;
In another hilarious clip, Prince Charles and the Queen got stuck in a & # 39; file & # 39; in their own palace.
The Prince of Wales was ready to be confirmed as the next head of the Commonwealth during a ceremony that was perfectly choreographed.
But the queen's efforts to get on the podium and announce her son as the next leader were frustrated by a row of 53 Commonwealth leaders.
As she asks Charles what the gap is, he can be seen by gesturing to the line in front of them, while other Royals look next to it.
Premier Theresa May can be welcomed world leaders one after the other as they stack on stage at Buckingham Palace.
Prince Charles (pictured today on a visit to Nigeria) admitted that he was sometimes forced to think outside the box while working with the Prince & # 39; s Trust