Watch: Lorraine Kelly defends King Charles III over viral pen video
Lorraine Kelly has defended King Charles III after a video of the monarch expressing anger at a fountain pen went viral.
In conversation with Royal editor Russell Myers, the TV host said: "I feel like I wasn’t really meant to see that.
"I don’t know who was filming it?"
She added: "I think he was remarkably restrained actually I would have been effing and blinding."
On 13 September, the monarch was signing official documents when the ink cartridge burst on the pen he was using and he remarked: "Oh god, I’ve put the wrong date down. Oh god, I hate this pen."
Charles can then be heard saying: "I can’t bear this bloody thing… every stinking time."
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The presenter said: "Harry and Meghan are so good with the crowds. She looked a wee bit nervous, I have to say. I don’t blame her for feeling nervous, I really don’t, but she was an absolute delight."
Yesterday's episode of Lorraine marked the show's return to TV screens after all of the main broadcasters altered their schedules in the wake of the Queen's death on Thursday.
Since her death, most channels have prioritised rolling news coverage of the aftermath of the monarch's death along with Charles' ascension to the throne.
Loose Women has not been broadcast since the day of the Queen's death with ITV opting to instead air an extended news special.
Lorraine airs weekdays at 9am on ITV.