Maya Jama gives shocking response to viral ‘no touching’ video with King Charles

Around 4,000 guests were invited to a Garden party hosted by the King and Queen at Buckingham Palace 

Maya Jama gave a surprising reaction to the video of her interaction with King Charles where there was a conversation related to the rule of ‘no touching’.

Around 4,000 guests were invited to a Garden party hosted by the King and Queen at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday to celebrate the UK’s creative arts industry.

Amongst the famous faces was British television presenter and radio DJ Maya Jama who playfully spoke with the monarch.

Dressed in a blue checked dress and a matching wide-brimmed hat Jama told the King: “I host Love Island, I don’t know if you watch that though. That’s like a reality dating show. That’s what I do.”

Maya Jama gives shocking response to viral no touching video with King Charles

The King, who didn’t seem familiar with the show, said “There’s One Born Every Minute,” in reference to the hit Channel 4 show which shows the drama of a maternity unit.

Jama responded: “There is, yeah.”

During the King and Jama’s introduction, the TV host said she would not break royal protocol by touching the King as she did before.

She said: “Nice to meet you. Well, I’ve actually met you before, a long time ago. About something with the Princes’ Trust and I touched you. I wasn’t supposed to. This time I won’t.”

The King laughed and told her: “Don’t worry about it” to which she responded: “You don’t mind, yeah?”

According to the Royal Family website, there are “no obligatory codes of behaviour – just courtesy.”

After the event, Jama shared insights into the mega royal and one of the fans commented: “I love the fact you said the words ‘I touched you but I was not supposed to the King of the United Kingdom.”, to which Jama replied, ‘ How do you know that.”

Other guests from the world of culture, art, film, TV, radio and fashion invited to the party included Kate Moss, Lenny Henry, Tracey Emin and Sir Ridley Scott.

The Queen looked regal for the occasion wearing a dusty pink mid-length dress by Anna Valentine matched with a Moynat bag worth over £2,700, reported GB news.

The garden party celebrated the creative art sector’s value to the economy in helping to showcase British culture on the global stage.

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