PRINCE Charles and Camilla couldn’t contain their giggles as they listened to a recital of Inuit throat-singing on a tour of Canada.
Catching each other’s eyes, the royal couple dissolved into fits of laughter and at one point Camilla had to cover her mouth.
Inuit throat singing, known as katajjaq, is traditionally performed in a duet by womens, who engage in a competition to see who can last the longest.
Charles and Camilla arrived in Canada last week as the nation marked its 150th birthday. ONE IS VERY AMUSED: Camilla and Charles enjoy throat singers (