A young Prince Charles was told that he will never live to be king after he woke up one of the lads on board the Royal Yacht Britannia.

In the documentary “Queen of the World,” Ellis Norrell, a royal yachtsman recounted a time when Prince Charles was being naughty.

“The children, they loved it. They came down to our mess deck for tea. They wanted to know how the lads got into their hammocks. Charles shook this lad who had been asleep, then he picked him up and said ‘don’t you ever do that again.’ He picked him up by the scruff of the neck and said ‘don’t you do that again or you’ll never live to be king’ and put him down,” he said.

It is unclear if the incident shook up Prince Charles because he never talked about it during his interviews.

Zoe Forsey, the acting audience editor for Mirror, revealed that Prince Charles and Princess Anne regularly traveled on the boat. The incident took place during the time that they met Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip for the final leg of a six-month tour around the Commonwealth.

Prince Charles and Princess Anne were so fascinated by the boat that they wanted to know everything about it.

Other than his appearances on “Queen of the World,” Prince Charles also made headlines this week after it was announced that he will be visiting the new North Bay market in Peterhead on Saturday.

“Peterhead is the biggest white fish port in Europe and a new market double the size of the old one is great for looking to the future. It is very fitting that the Duke of Rothesay will be there to celebrate the market opening as he has always put sustainability at the heart of his interests for years and without sustainability, there is no fishing industry,” Bertie Armstrong, the chief executive of the Scottish Fisherman’s Federation, told Evening Express.