Prince Charles visited the Gloucester and District Branch of Samaritans on Tuesday, October 26, where he celebrated their 50th anniversary and heard about the recent work with their charity.
The royal looked like he was in a fantastic mood, as he mingled and chatted with others.
Scroll through the gallery below to see his outing!
The prince, who wore a striped blue suit, looked like he was enjoying his conversation at the event.
Knives out! Charles held onto the kitchen utensil.
"Happy 50th Birthday to @samaritanscharity Gloucester and District! 🎂👏This morning Samaritans’ Patron, The Prince of Wales, joined celebrations at the branch and heard about the recent work of the charity. 💚," a note read via Instagram.
"Samaritans respond to around 10,000 calls for help every day. During lockdown, the charity teamed up with @mindcharity, @giveusashoutinsta and @hospice_uk on the launch of @ourfrontlineuk which provides round-the-clock mental health support to NHS staff, carers, blue light and key workers," the message continued.
Of course, people loved seeing the dad-of-two out and about. One person wrote, "Awesome charity to support," while another added, "Happy 50th Samaritans charity Gloucester and district 🎂💚🙂."
Charles is gearing up for the COP26 Climate Conference, which will begin on October 31.
Recently, Charles praised his eldest son, Prince William, for taking care of the environment.
"I am very proud of my son, William, for his growing commitment to the environment and the bold ambition of The Earthshot Prize," the 72-year-old stated. "As a world, we need to come together to inspire, reimagine and build the sustainable future we so desperately need."
"Over the coming decade, with future generations in mind, The Earthshot Prize, and its inspirational nominees, will help us find the innovative solutions. In parallel, through my Terra Carta and Sustainable Markets Initiative, we will work to mobilize the trillions of dollars required to transition the global economy onto a more sustainable trajectory. Together, with all those who join us, we have a real opportunity to deliver a brighter future for humanity while restoring harmony between Nature, People and Planet," he added.