US President Joe Biden reportedly farted chatting with Duchess of Cornwall Camilla


Joe Biden reportedly had some natural gas to emit during high-level talks at COP 26, giving the Duchess of Cornwall an unexpected sprinkling.

Apparently that’s all Camilla can talk about after being caught off guard when the 78-year-old US President audibly blurted out as they chatted at the Glasgow rally last week.

“It was long and loud and impossible to ignore,” the source told The Mail on Sunday.

The couple met at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery last Monday at an event also attended by Camilla’s husband Prince Charles, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Nicknamed “Sleepy Joe” by Donald Trump, some now suggest that this nickname may need to be updated to “Squeaky Joe”.

It wasn’t the president’s only apparent misstep at the global climate summit. It was also reported that he appeared to doze off during the opening speeches.

The Queen was due to attend the conference but had to withdraw at the last minute after medics ordered her to rest.

The 95-year-old instead delivered a recorded video warning world leaders “the hour for words has now passed.”

Camera iconQueen Elizabeth II delivered a video message to COP 26 delegates. Credit: PA

She urged participants to think about future generations when negotiating a deal to limit global warming.

“It is the hope of many that the legacy of this summit – written in still-to-print history books – will describe you as the leaders who did not pass up the opportunity; and that you have answered the call of these future generations, ”said the oldest and oldest monarch in the world.

“That you left this conference as a community of nations with a determination, a desire and a plan to tackle the impact of climate change; and to recognize that the hour for words has now passed.

More than 40 countries pledged to phase out coal by 2050 at the conference, and 100 leaders pledged to end and reverse deforestation by 2030.


Kevin E. Boling

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.