King Charles surprised many in a recent outing. However, his fashion faux pas was not met with criticism but support.
King Charles Photographed Wearing A Sock With A Hole
King Charles and his wife, Queen Camilla, visited Brick Lane Mosque in east London Wednesday. The King removed his shoes, exposing the hole in his right sock.
One photographer captured the monarch's sock with a hole, and it made the rounds online. Several were impressed with the head of the monarchy because it made him relatable.
"King Charles is truly one of us! Most of us have at least one pair of socks with a hole," Beth Parker wrote, Express reported.
"Just like us!" Stephen Taylor added.
The royal couple's visit to Brick Lane aims to highlight local charities and businesses in the heart of the Bangladeshi community.
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King Charles 'Mortified' By His Fashion Blunder?
American journalist and royal author Christopher Andersen weighed in on King Charles' probably reaction after his sock with a hole made headlines. The King: The Life of Charles III told Fox News Digital he was likely "mortified" by it.
"Charles has always prided himself on his keen sense of style and his impeccably tailored wardrobe of bespoke suits, custom-made shirts and tasteful blazers," he explained, adding that the King had spent six figures on his clothes mid-90s.
"As for the hole, Charles, ever the champion of sustainability, is not above having things mended. [He] has had favorite suits, tweed jackets and cashmere overcoats resewn and patched up. Even the childhood teddy bear he travels with is still regularly restuffed and stitched back up, a task that for decades was reserved exclusively for the king's beloved nanny, Mabel Anderson."
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He added that it was "probably a good thing" for the royal to be seen in that way, considering the financial crisis in his country.
"In the end, for the king to be seen with a hole in his sock at a time of great financial hardship for most of his subjects is probably a good thing," Andersen said.
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