Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney met King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla in Wales as the new patrons of Welsh team Wrexham AFC. At the Racecourse Ground in Wrexham, considered to be the oldest football stadium in the world, the two Hollywood actors were photographed alongside the British royals and the images, apart from being some of the most unexpected of the last month, are a portrait of the strangest and yet most pleasing mix of menswear.
King Charles wore a double-breasted coat and a polka-dot tie. Reynolds, who always stood next to him, was in a blue suit with a buttoned waistcoat and a knitted tie (an outfit very similar to the one he wore to the People's Choice Awards last week). Watching them confabulate like that, so close together and dressed up, gave a bit of an impression of the student talking to the headmaster, a kid seeking advice from an adult, or an employee reporting to the boss. Who knows whether in their tête-à-tête they were talking about the Wrexham or their concept of the perfect suit.
Reynolds posted a photo of their encounter with the caption: 'Welcome to Wrexham Season 2: We hired King Charles'. Incidentally, it's definitely funny as well as a long story that Reynolds, a Canadian and a leading figure in Deadpool, alongside American McElhenney, creator and star of the sitcom It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, arrive in Wales to buy a football team. Also driving them, it has to be said, is a certain Hollywood optimism: 'We might not make it all the way to the Premier League,' Reynolds had told GQ earlier this year. "If we were promoted though, it would be epic, right? We'd be writing history." How can you blame him?
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