Prince Charles has become the latest member of the Royal Family to be embroiled in a race row after it was reported he calls an Asian man "Sooty". This gets better.
The development comes a few days after his son Harry was widely condemned for calling a former Army colleague by an offensive name.
Charles has apparently called Polo club member Kolin Dhillon Sooty.
Graham Smith, campaign manager for the organisation Republic, said: "I think it goes to show the Royal Family are not a symbol of unity, it's not something we can rally around, they're quite divisive.
"People are saying they are not racist but on the evidence in the public domain I think that's to the contrary.
"It also shows how hugely out of touch they are and that they live in a very isolated world, only mixing with a certain kind of person."