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Up next on TV: The weather with Prince Charles

BRitain's Prince Charles reads the weather in the Six O'Clock studio whilst on a tour of the BBC Scotland Headquarters in Glasgow, Scotland where they met staff to celebrate sixty years of BBC Scotland Television Thursday May 10, 2012. (AP Photo/Andrew Milligan/PA Wire) UNITED KINGDOM OUTBRitain's Prince Charles reads the weather in the Six O'Clock studio whilst on a tour of the BBC Scotland Headquarters in Glasgow, Scotland where they met staff to celebrate sixty years of BBC Scotland Television Thursday May 10, 2012. (AP Photo/Andrew Milligan/PA Wire) UNITED KINGDOM OUT

LONDON (AP) — If this king thing doesn't work out, Prince Charles may be able to fall back on a budding career as a weather man.

The heir to the British throne and his wife Camilla gave it a try Thursday, each reading out weather reports during a visit to BBC studios in Glasgow, Scotland.

Britain's Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall reads the weather in the Six O'Clock studio whilst on a tour of the BBC Scotland Headquarters in Glasgow, Scotland where they met staff to celebrate sixty years of BBC Scotland Television Thursday May 10, 2012. (AP Photo/Andrew Milligan/PA Wire) UNITED KINGDOM OUTBritain's Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall reads the weather in the Six O'Clock studio whilst on a tour of the BBC Scotland Headquarters in Glasgow, Scotland where they met staff to celebrate sixty years of BBC Scotland Television Thursday May 10, 2012. (AP Photo/Andrew Milligan/PA Wire) UNITED KINGDOM OUT

The sight of the nattily dressed Charles giving a credible performance in the unfamiliar role caused many Britons to do a double-take as he read the lunchtime news weather spot.

Palace officials say Charles and Camilla were visiting the studios to mark the 60-year anniversary of BBC TV Scotland.