Prince Charles Scoffs At Story On Private Travel Toilet Seat

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, also had something to say about the claim.

Prince Charles has scotched a report that he demands his own private toilet seat accompany him on his travels.

The first in line to the British throne totally dismissed the claim, which surfaced in a new book, during a walkabout in Brisbane, Australia, on Thursday, according to London’s Evening Standard.

“Oh, don’t believe all that crap,” the 69-year-old told a Hit105 radio journalist who pressed him on the issue.

The reporter then asked Prince Charles’ wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, whether it was true. She replied: “Oh just shh. Don’t you believe that.”

Tom Bower’s new book Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles also alleges that Charles once spent £18,916 (around $26,500) to travel to northern England for a drink.

He’s a pampered, petulant prince and a man who, while he wants to do good and does do good, does not realize that he’s actually doing some harm as well. He doesn’t seem to care about that,” Bower told HuffPost UK.

Charles is in Australia for the Commonwealth Games.