King Charles only wants to be the king of England, not the king of burgers, apparently.
While visiting Berlin with Queen Consort Camilla in their first joint overseas state visit last week, the monarch was offered a paper Burger King crown by an onlooker during his walkabout.
The clip was captured by a German YouTube channel and a royal reporter.
“That’s for you, if you want it,” one person is heard saying as they extended the paper crown to the King.
“I’m alright,” he replied with a smile as he walked away.
The playful crown, which featured a purple top and fake jewels illustrated all around it, is a signature for the fast food giant.
Strangely enough, this is not the first time the British royal family has been offered the Burger King adornment.
In March, Camilla was also offered the crown during a public visit with her husband in Colchester, England.
The woman who tried to give her the crown went viral for the 16-second clip that was posted to TikTok.
But unlike her husband, the Queen Consort actually accepted the gift, saying, “Oh, lovely, that’s very kind of you. Burger King.”
The royal visit to Germany comes just a few months ahead of King Charles’ upcoming coronation, which is set for May 6 at the Westminster Abbey.
The ceremony marks the official transfer of title and powers to The King, according to The BBC.
It’s unclear exactly who be attending the coronation — new reports claim that U.S. President Joe Biden may not be making the trip across the pond, as well as Charles’ own son, Prince Harry, and his wife, Meghan Markle.
The familial animosity comes after The Sussexes exit from their royal roles in 2020, and the recent release of his tell-all memoir, “Spare,” in which he alleged that his older brother, Prince William, physically attacked him.
However, if Prince Harry and Markle choose not to attend the coronation, they could cause an “irreversible blow” to the family, a royal expert claimed.
“In a universe in which the damage already caused by the rift is still recoverable from, at least in part, a no-show would be the fatal, irreversible blow, both in the public perception as well, potentially, as within the family itself,” royal public relations expert Edward Coram-James told GB News.
He added, “It risks drawing out the conflict over the long term.”
King Charles’ mother, Queen Elizabeth, passed away on September 8, 2022, at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. She was 96 years old, and had reigned for 70 years.
By: Ny Post