King Charles has crowd in fits of giggles as he visits education centre
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King Charles has crowds in fits of giggles as he visited an education centre in Scotland.
The King was paying a visit to the Global Underwater Hub in Westhill, Aberdeenshire, today (September 29).
He met staff and learnt about the educational outreach programmes of the trade and industry development body for the UK’s underwater sectors.
While there, the King got the gathered crowds giggling as he walked into the room wearing his traditional kilt.
He also spoke to managing director of Soil Machine Dynamics Mike Jones and was shown an underwater remote operating vehicle.
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King Charles also went inside to see the operational screens for the vehicle and had a demonstration before having a go at controlling it himself.
He then went on to meet staff and students from Mintlaw Academy, a secondary school 30 miles north of the education centre.
There were displays of technology the centre uses as well as diving apparatus which the King was shown by Dabby Gray, JFD managing director.
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He then unveiled a plaque commemorating his visit to the Global Underwater Hub and gave a speech to those gathered.
This Scotland visit comes just days after the King went on a state visit to France where he went to a state banquet, a Bordeaux vineyard and Notre Dame.
While there he also gave the first-ever speech by a British monarch to the French senate where he said the UK will always be one of France’s “best friends”.
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