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07.15.14

Prince Charles Meets Camel Toe In Cornwall

Heir to throne encounters lady with unusual tattoo, and unwisely enquires as to its provenance

The Royalist simply doesn’t know where to look. Prince Charles, on tour in Cornwall yesterday, unwisely asked a young lady he met in the town why she had a camel tattooed on her big toe.

According to a report in today’s Daily Express, the woman, Tori Naismith, replied, “This is my camel toe.”

The phrase is slang for—as Wikipedia clinically puts it, “the outline of a human female’s labia majora, as seen through tightly fitting clothes. Due to a combination of anatomical factors and the tightness of the fabric covering it, the crotch and mons pubis may take on a resemblance to the forefoot of a camel.”

The Express reports that Tori, 20, explained that she along with hundreds of others in the town had the tattoo, depicting a camel on one of their toes, done in memory of her late brother, Ollie Naismith, who died in a car accident aged 19 in December 2009, who orignally had the same tattoo done as a joke.