Another day, another good deed! Prince Charles spent time at Cheryl Tweedy's Trust Centre in Newcastle, England, on Tuesday, November 9.
The two looked like they had a great time during their outing.
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The prince, who wore a gray suit, recently just got back from the COP26 Climate Summit Conference.
Before meeting the singer, he arrived at the Newcastle Central Station "ahead of his visit to Tyne and Wear."
Charles chatted with people who work at London North Eastern Railway, and he also thanked them for keeping the trains going amid the pandemic.
He then met with some young people at the Trust Centre, which was documented via Clarence House's Instagram Story.
The Prince helped "fundraise for the centre, which opened in 2018."
For her part, the brunette beauty donned a plaid jacket with a maroon dress.
"The centre supports young people across the North East, connecting them with training and opportunities and jobs," a message read.
"It was so incredibly special to go back to my centre with the Princes Trust and HRH Prince Charles today," she wrote via Instagram. "To meet the 8 young people who have been through the most recent ‘Team programme’ and hear how much it’s changed their lives really was so inspiring. The work the Princes Trust do really is so important in helping young people succeed ❤️🌹."
Of course, people loved seeing the star meet the prince.
One person wrote, "So proud of you! You’ve already changed so many young peoples lives and still continue to do so. ❤️🌹," while another added, "It’s incredible what not only your centre but the whole trust has done for so many young people 🤍🌹."
A third person added, "We are so incredibly proud of you! What a moment to finally be able to visit with Prince Charles ♥️."