Lorraine Kelly defends King Charles over leaky pen video

Talking on her chat show Lorraine, TV host Lorraine Kelly defended King Charles over a video that saw the monarch losing his patience with a leaky fountain pen while signing a book of condolences. "I feel like I wasn’t really meant to see that," Kelly said.

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LORRAINE KELLY: And you know what? I feel as if I wasn't really meant to see that. Who was filming it? I don't know who was actually doing that and who picked it out.

- Well, I think it's quite endearing.

LORRAINE KELLY: I do.

- I mean, give the man a break. He's just lost his mother.

LORRAINE KELLY: Oh. Geez.

- He's taken on this huge, huge responsibility.

LORRAINE KELLY: I think he was remarkably restrained, actually.

- Yes, restrained.

LORRAINE KELLY: I would have been [INAUDIBLE].

- [INAUDIBLE] fountain pens--

LORRAINE KELLY: Absolutely.

- --so I think we'll give him a break.

LORRAINE KELLY: And I love that Camilla's just the calmness.

- Very, very calming influence.

LORRAINE KELLY: And it's all fine. It's all fine.