Prince Charles looked to be having a totally ball when he visited the Glamorgan Cricket Club on Friday, July 9.
The royal looked to be in good spirits as he met with staff, walked around the grounds and even played a little bit of the sport.
Scroll through the gallery below to see Charles' moves!
The 72-year-old wore a gray suit with a red and blue striped tie for the outing.
"On the final day of the Royal visit to Wales, The Prince of Wales this morning visited Glamorgan Cricket Club to celebrate their 100th anniversary of becoming a first-class county. 🏏HRH, Patron of@GlamCricket, met staff, players, and local schoolchildren on the pitch before tried his hand at batting," Clarence House wrote on Instagram.
"The Prince was also gifted a ceremonial Glamorgan Cricket cap to mark the anniversary. Congratulations, @glamcricket! Here’s to many more years 🎉," the note continued.
He's still got it! It looked like Charles knew exactly what he was doing.
Even though he is in his seventies, fans couldn't help but notice how great the dad-of-two looked.
One person wrote, "Prince Charles gets more handsome the older he gets xx," while another added, "Ever interested in all aspects of enjoyment. HRH the Prince of Wales shows interest in all engagements he attends. Our future King.🤴."
Later on his tour of Wales, Charles stopped by the Ponthir House Inn.
"A visit to The Ponthir House Inn was a wonderful end to this week in Wales! 🍻," the caption began.
"The pub near Newport has supported local residents throughout the pandemic - its log cabin in the car park began selling essentials such as milk, bread, fruit and vegetables!" the message continued. "The pub has benefited from a Community Services Fund grant from Pub is The Hub, an initiative that believes pubs should be hubs of community life."
The note concluded, "Pub is the Hub provides essential support to help pubs broaden their range of services. The Prince of Wales launched Pub is the Hub in 2001 as part of the Rural Action campaign in which HRH recognised the invaluable role that pubs play within the community. Since launching, The Pub is the Hub has worked with pubs to open shops, libraries, cafes, community cinemas, allotments, play areas, and more!"
Looks like it was the perfect way to end the Wales tour!