On the move! Prince Charles made several stops in the past few days, including visiting the healing waters at St Winefride's Well, a popular Catholic Pilgrimage site.
The royal was greeted by the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Wrexham and Roman Catholic parish Priest Holywell, Father Justin Karakadu.
"The water inside the crypt is believed to contain healing properties. The story goes that Winefride was the daughter of a local prince who, around the year 630, was chased and killed and in the place where her head fell, a spring of water came up. She was raised back to life by St. Beuno and became a nun. A white scar encircled her neck, witness to her martyrdom," a message on Charles' Instagram read. "During the visit, The Prince touched the pool of water, met those involved with the site, and said hello to local schoolchildren."
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Charles — who wore a gray striped suit with brown shoes — posed with nuns.
Charles was photographed walking around the historical site.
Next up, Charles visited Wockhardt Vaccine Factory, where he thanked pharmaceutical, manufacturing and distribution workers for making the vaccine roll-out as simple as possible.
Charles also met with apprentices before visiting the Quality Control Laboratory, where 300 million doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine are currently being produced.
Wear a mask! Charles contracted the disease last year, but it seems like he is doing just fine now.
Charles donned a mask and bright yellow vest while at the factory.
On July 5, Charles met with staff during a visit to Iceland Foods Ltd in Wales.
"Today The Prince of Wales began a series of engagements in Wales by visiting @IcelandFoods in Flintshire to mark the supermarket’s 50th anniversary ❄️," the post read. "The Prince heard about Iceland’s sustainability goals, which include removing all plastic packaging from the Iceland own label range by the end of 2023. In 2018, the supermarket removed all palm oil from their own label food. HRH was taken on a whistle stop tour of the Iceland HQ, visiting the Development Kitchen, staff offices, and the cold store which was opened by The Prince of Wales 34 years ago!"
Hot rod! Prince Charles visited Riversimple, a company that develops hydrogen powered cars.
"To begin a second day of engagements in Wales, The Prince of Wales visited @riversimplemovement in Llandrindod Wells, a company that is developing hydrogen powered cars," an Instagram post read.
The message continued, "HRH took their Rasa car for a quick spin - the only emission from this sustainable car is water! The Rasa is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell and is the first of a range of vehicles that Riversimple plans to offer customers."
"The Prince met members of staff, including engineers and technicians, and heard about the history of the company," the message revealed. "Riversimple are currently building Rasas for trials with the general public, both in Monmouthshire where they have installed a refueller in the town centre of Abergavenny, and in Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire."
Charles also met with Simon Armitage at his Welsh home on July 6.
"Today in Llantrisant, South Wales, Their Royal Highnesses were welcomed to the newly renovated Llantrisant Guildhall Heritage and Visitors’ Centre," the post said. "Originally built in 1346 and rebuilt in 1773, the Guildhall was the centre of governance of Llantrisant and has been restored through extensive fundraising after falling derelict. The Guildhall celebrates the history of the town and provides a hub for the local community - it’s used as an activity centre for school groups, concerts, ghost walks, and more! Thank you to the whole community for such a warm welcome."