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BBC suffers awkward 'vagina' subtitle blunder during King Charles coverage

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King Charles III and his late mother Queen Elizabeth II. At around 1:40pm as the King disembarked his jet from Balmoral at RAF Northolt before being driven to Buckingham Palace for his first walkabout as Monarch, fans spied something not quite right with the BBC's subtitles.King Charles and Camilla, who is the Queen Consort, were sitting in a car before setting off for Central London when newsreaders spoke about the late Queen Elizabeth.READ NEXT: EastEnders fans go wild as Charles becomes 'first ever EastEnders star' to become KingWhile the newsreaders and experts spoke about Her Majesty the Queen, the subtitles that were being transcribed weren't exactly accurate.

Touching upon Camilla who is now Queen Consort, the newsreaders explained how she wasn't Queen Regina - but the subtitles mistook "Regina" for "vagina".Taking to Twitter to point out the epic Royal blunder, one viewer penned: "BBC subtitles spectacularly mishearing the words "Queen Regina" during a conversation about Camilla just now. #KingCharles."While another said: "Oops...

BBC should really be more careful with their auto subtitles.."And a third person shared a screengrab of the moment as it took place, with them penning alongside it: "Thank you BBC for drawing that distinction."This isn't the first blunder that the BBC has suffered since covering Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's passing on Thursday, September 8.

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