Prince of Wales, Prince Charles stepped out in a fancy designer grey suit during a visit to a farm, and Twitter users could not help but admire the royal for his style.
Prince Charles has had a rough year. Following his father's death, the Duke of Edinburgh, and the constant bashing from his youngest son, Prince Harry, in his many interviews, the Prince of Wales still looks his best.
The 72-year-old visited a new farm and food education center in Oxfordshire and looked comfortable getting his hands dirty as he went through the soil samples shown to him.
Prince Charles addresses the "Accounting for Sustainability" forum at St James Palace in London on December 17, 2008 | Photo: Getty Images
The father of two looked superb, rocking a stunning grey suit with a pink shirt and patterned tie, as well as a swish pair of Serengeti shades. The Prince of Wales took the time to learn about the project and its impact.
Moments from the visit were shared on the official Twitter page of the Prince of Wales. In one of the tweets, it was revealed that the new farm project aims to teach how diverse farming systems can help to reverse climate change and increase the production of healthy food.
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales attends day 2 of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 20, 2018 | Getty Images
The 72-year-old also met farmers and growers during his farm tour. Prince Charles carefully observed the health of the soil. His interest in the project was visible as he paid keen attention to soil samples.
Many fans and followers of the senior royal gushed over his stunning appearance, while others praised him for his interest in the environment and sustainable farming.
Each member of the royal family looked well dressed for the occasion and wore a gentle smile.
According to experts, the FarmED center provides learning facilities and events that inspire, inform and connect people to build sustainable farming and food systems. The project has been described as crucial to healthy soil.
The prince is joining thousands of individuals to gradually return to life as usual following the relaxed lockdown regulations and health restrictions in the country.
Recently, Prince Charles, alongside his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and his siblings Princess Anne and Prince Edward, were part of the reduced crowd to grace the Royal Ascot after missing last year's event due to the pandemic.
Each member of the royal family looked well dressed for the occasion and wore a gentle smile as they look towards forgetting the ordeals of the last few months.
The 72-year-old noted that the news was happy news, joining other royal family members to congratulate the Sussex on their new bundle of joy.