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Prince Charles Meets Camel Toe In Cornwall

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

07.15.14 8:54 AM ET

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.