Meanwhile, In Killarney

at

This afternoon,

Muckross House in Kilarney, County Kerry

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, rides a jaunting car while Britain’s Prince Charles enjoys the view with Dr Philip Buckley of the OPW. During their visit to Ireland, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall visited Cork yesterday, and are visiting Kerry today.

Eamonn Farrell/RollingNews

Meanwhile…

“I can have him shot, Sir.”

Update:

“He won’t be bothering us again, Sir.”

Rollingnews

10 thoughts on “Meanwhile, In Killarney

  1. Not On Your Nelly

    Killarney is a lovely place. Charles doesn’t seem like he worst lad, I’m all for it.

    1. Joe cool

      I hear he likes real ale. im partial to a real ale. could see myself supping a pint with him

  2. scottser

    I suppose the brits should enjoy coming here for the next few months while they still can. Next year theyll all need visas to get into europe.

    1. tonyboy

      Visa’s to get to Ireland?
      You forget before we joined the EU British people and Irish people never needed visa’s to travel to the UK or Ireland,i know because I had an Irish passport and lived in the UK and travelled back and forward without even a stamp on my passport.
      These agreements are still valid under international laws .
      And before we had free travel across all EEC nations all you needed was your passport stamped.
      Even when crossing to the DDR and west Germany and back
      You did not need to apply months ahead for one and that goes back as far as I remember travelling as a student.

      1. Bernie

        When you were a student? Did you do a BA in Communications, Dave?

        Did you go out to greet Lugs and Camilla when they were in Cork or did they drop by for one of of your culinary delights?

  3. Shayna

    It seems they visited Caherdaniel – the home of Daniel O’Connell – the guy who has a bridge and a street named after him in Dublin – yeah that guy. If the Brits want to visit Ireland, fair play. Don’t bring an army though – last time it wasn’t altogether great.

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