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Viewers branded Naga Munchetty's interview with the 92-year-old broadcaster 'car crash TV' (inset) after it turned awkward when he was quizzed about the Queen on BBC Breakfast today (left).He was appearing on the show urging people to take part in the Big Butterfly Count, but became increasingly unimpressed (inset, right) with the line of questioning.

Among the items is a photo of Charles holding his first grandchild, Prince George, with the Duke of Cambridge beside him (left) and a side-table photo of the Prince of Wales with Harry during his training at the Army Aviation Centre in 2011 (top right).

The artwork is arranged on the walls of an octagonal room (bottom right) with tables filled with books by Charles, family snaps, vases and other decorative objects, while above are hung rows of paintings and other artworks, some with a tapestry as a backdrop.

The property (right) boasts an open plan kitchen (bottom), a bedroom with its own balcony, as well as a spacious garden with views of the rolling countryside.

Robertson is now proposing to build a large two-storey extension at the back of the house to create a larger open plan living space (top, the current living room), a snug room, and three additional ensuites.

Sir David met the Queen for a documentary called The Queen's Green Planet, which was broadcast on ITV in April (right).

Viewers branded it 'toe curling' and ridiculed Munchetty when she asked him 'Why are butterflies so colourful?One wrote: 'Had to switch off the telly, the BBC Breakfast David Attenborough interview was beyond awkward...he was having none of it.' Just hours after the PM made a plea in Belfast for the EU to drop its 'unworkable' Irish border demands (pictured top), the bloc's chief negotiator Michel Barnier complained that her blueprint would breach single market rules and cause 'unjustifiable' bureaucracy.The BA plane from Naples to Gatwick landed at 12.34am, forcing the closure of the runway and the diversion of eight other flights.Footage from inside moments after the emergency landing showed passengers were visibly shaken and in tears - but they clapped and cheered (right) as the captain thanked them for staying calm.' to which he laughed and responded: 'Butterflies are butterflies.

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