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Prince Charles giggles as Boris Johnson battles umbrella

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Prince Charles giggles as Boris Johnson battles umbrella

Prince Charles giggles as Boris Johnson battles umbrella

Boris Johnson was caught in a battle with an umbrella this afternoon when it was blown inside out in bad weather.

The Prime Minister shared a laugh with Prince Charles, who looked on in amusement as he managed to hang onto his brolly.

Report by Buseld.

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