Charles and Camilla have been immortalised as cartoons in the popular comic, which hits the shelves tomorrow.
THE Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visited a notoriously unruly school when they made a guest star appearance in the latest edition of the Beano.
Charles and Camilla are not the first royals to have been featured in the Beano. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have already made cameo appearances in the publication.
goes to Bash Street School to open its new library.
"But they were both absolutely delighted with their likenesses and hugely impressed to be involved with characters like Dennis the Menace and Roger the Dodger."
It is understood that the themes were chosen to reflect causes close to the Duke and Duchess's hearts.
He said: "They were absolutely delighted. Often we're a little bit nervous because we do, by the nature of things, have to caricature people.
"We know of the Duchess's interest in literacy and most people know about the Duke's interests in organic farming, healthy eating and generally living a very healthy lifestyle.
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Today the couple, known in Scotland as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay, were presented with framed prints of their encounters with Smiffy and the Nike Air Max 95 Og Womens gang, Dennis the Menace and Roger the Dodger during a visit to publishing company DC Thomson Co in Dundee, where they started the firm's new printing press.
The special edition sees the royal couple take a trip to Beanotown's undisciplined Bash Street School, where they gently encourage the young terrors into better ways.
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Charles and Camilla immortalised as cartoons in the popular Beano comic which hits shelves tomorrow
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In the Bash Street Kids strip, Charles is pictured dropping into the canteen at lunchtime, where he finds the school meals to be inedible.
But the Duchess's visit convinces them that reading is worthwhile and has Dennis declaring: "Reading is fun for everyone, Menaces."
Dennis and Roger the Dodger are initially in typically mischievous mood, with Roger in particular carrying out a number of tricks to avoid having to read books.
"So we put our minds to thinking up a storyline which might fit with their (the royals') interests and how they may relate to today's kids.
explained how the idea of including Charles and Camilla in the comic came about.
"We know that kids do love the royals. I think after last year, with the Jubilee, it's really still at the forefront of their minds and we know that they really enjoy reading about them, seeing them and finding out what they're doing.
As a solution, he proposes that they make their own sandwiches and grow their own organic vegetables in an allotment putting the kids' pea shooters to good use as seed planters.
"When we learned that they were coming to open the plant, we were obviously thrilled, it was a great opportunity for us," he said.
The new edition, billed as a "top secret guest issue", urges readers to turn the pages to find out who the special visitors to Beanotown are.
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