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The awkwardness of public life

Chuck drops some phat beats at a youth music studio in Canada. You can see him thinking "I don't remember agreeing to this. I feel like a cup of tea". Photo: The Mirror, UK

  • Chuck drops some phat beats at a youth music studio in Canada. You can see him thinking "I don't remember agreeing to this. I feel like a cup of tea".
  • Kate Middleton and Prince William show that nobody can pull off a cornflower blue hard-hat.
  • The indignity of being silenced by a toddler.
  • Nothing ruins your carefully cultivated bad-boy image like being made to wear a violet Paddington Bear apron.
  • It's always safest to presume that Her Majesty isn't dropping witty zingers into her speech. Just ask Ronald Reagan.
  • We could be mistaken, but it <i>seems</i> this dummy is trying to sneak a peek down the Duchess's blouse.
  • Prince Mary's son Christian is given a camel ride. Clearly wishes he was elsewhere.
  • And the award for being good sports goes to ...
  • Kate Middleton plays nice with a child who has BLATANTLY tried to steal her Princess thunder.
  • It's hard to retain your dignity when penguins are turning their beaks up at your generous fish snack offering.
  • The bit where you have to pretend you're not horribly offended by the portrait the school children have drawn of you.
  • Julia Gillard tries to retain her composure as a small child/possible wizard casts some kind of ominous looking spell on her.
  • Well someone's a good judge of character.