LOL! See Prince Charles Read the Scottish Weather Report

The future King of England probably shouldn't quit his day job.

Scottish TV viewers tuning in for the lunchtime weather forecast Wednesday had the report read to them by a very special guest: Prince Charles himself, on a visit to the BBC Scotland studios in Glasgow.

The 63-year-old heir apparent--and father to Princes William and Harry--read from cue cards, adding his own commentary to the prepared script.

After informing viewers of "the potential for a few flurries over Balmoral [one of the Royal family's Scottish estates]," Charles looked off-camera, asking, "Who the hell wrote this script?"

Moving into the weekend, the royal announced that Scots everywhere would be dealing with a "cold day . . . with temperatures of just 8 Celsius and a brisk, northeasterly wind," adding cheekily, "Thank God it isn't a Bank Holiday."

The Prince and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall--whose official Scottish titles are the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay--visited the television studios to mark sixty years of BBC Scotland TV.