KEY POINTS

  • Biden and Camilla met at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery on Monday
  • The Duchess of Cornwall allegedly could not stop talking about Biden's flatulence
  • The US president previously appeared to fart while live-streaming a conversation with Gov. Tom Wolf

President Joe Biden reportedly ripped out a fart that was audible enough to make Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, blush during their conversation. 

The U.S. president and the British royalty met at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery on Monday after attending the COP26 summit in Glasgow last week. During their chat, Biden allegedly broke wind.

“It was long and loud and impossible to ignore,” a source familiar with the incident told The Daily Mail.

The Duchess of Cornwall also allegedly could not stop talking about Biden’s flatulence to everyone at the summit. 

Monday’s episode was not the first time Biden was caught breaking wind while in a conversation with high-ranking officials. In May 2020, Biden had been live-streaming a discussion with Gov. Tom Wolf, D-Pa., when a muffled sound of what appeared to be a fart rang out.

In the video, Biden was seen leaning back in his chair at the same time the noise rang out. Wolf, who was on the other end of the line, can be seen blinking and shaking his head shortly after the incident. 

Right-wing figures, including Donald Trump Jr., later shared a clip of the incident and likened it to an interview of California Rep. Eric Swalwell, a Democrat, with Chris Matthews in November. During that interview, a loud fart was heard coming from the lawmaker. However, he later denied it.  

"It was not me!" he wrote in a text message to Buzzfeed News. "Ha. And I didn't hear it when I was speaking."

Reports of Biden’s flatulence come after the 78-year-old president was seen dozing off during the opening addresses at the COP26 summit, prompting an aide to wake him up.

The COP26 Summit is a conference where more than 120 world leaders and world governments gather to discuss a global response to climate change. The summit was first held in 1992 under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

This year’s summit officially opened on Oct. 31 and is expected to end on Nov. 12. The conference is expected to be attended by about 25,000 people, according to The Guardian.

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