Prince Charles presents BBC weather forecast


Prince Charles stunned Scottish TV viewers by presenting the weather forecast!

He took the helm of BBC Scotland's afternoon weather forecast during a tour of the organisation's Glasgow base to celebrate their 60 years on the air.

Watch the Prince Charles weather forecast

Introduced as “a new member of our weather team”, Prince Charles looked remarkably comfortable and forecast "an unsettled picture as we head towards the end of the week".

Eagle-eyed viewers may have spotted a few Royal Scottish locations including Balmoral, Dumfries House and Castle of Mey were cheekily added to the map.

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During a very rainy but humorous forecast, the heir to the throne joked "Who the hell wrote this script?" when forced to announce that there "may be potential for a few flurries over Balmoral."
At the end of the broadcast Prince Charles wrapped up the report with: "Thank God it isn't a bank holiday!"

Charles and Camilla are currently touring Scotland as part of a celebration of Scottish culture, history and achievements.

A Clarence House spokeswoman said: "He was taking a tour when he saw the weather board and had a go. I think he did it very well.

"He spends a lot of time in Scotland so he's very interested in the weather."