BBC Breakfast hosts call out Eurovision blunder from 'overwhelmed' King Charles | The Sun

BBC Breakfast hosts, Charlie Stayt and Nina Warhurst spotted a Eurovision error and took a cheeky swipe at King Charles and Camilla this morning.

The duo were back to present the latest news headlines on the iconic red sofa.

Nina Warhurst and Charlie Stayt talked about King Charles and Camilla's recent visit to Liverpool, as well as the official opening of the Eurovision stage.

But when Charlie brought up a major on-air mistake that involved the royal couple, things took an awkward turn.

"The countdown has begun," Nina told BBC viewers, referring to the next Eurovision.

Who doesn't enjoy a countdown, Charlie interjected, "when everyone counts down and someone presses a button and it all works perfectly?"

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Before clicking the button, the programme cut to a clip of Charles and Camilla performing on the Eurovision stage.

Charlie remarked, "If we go back, you'll see when the countdown happens.

He informed the audience that King Charles was going "push the big button" and instructed them to pay close attention as it went terribly wrong.

“He puts his finger on the button, but he’d didn’t actually push it, he misses the button and it’s the Queen Consort who pushes the button because he just missed it," Charlie revealed.

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Nina then chimed in: “He had to rely on his wife to get it right, easily done in the heat of the moment.”

She added: "Perhaps he's overwhelmed. They got there in the end."

Liverpool will host Eurovision 2023 on behalf of last year's winner, the war-torn Ukraine.

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