He's quite the charmer! Prince William couldn't stop smiling when he visited the Queens Bay Lodge Care Home in Edinburgh, Scotland, over the weekend — and he even chatted up 96-year-old Betty Magee and her granddaughter Kimberley Anderson.
"It's customary in these parts to give a lady a kiss on the cheek," Magee told the 38-year-old royal after he sat down across the table from her.
"Oh, you are sweet. You'll make me blush," William replied. "When the rules relax more, I will come back and give you a kiss on the cheek, Betty."
A staffer later jokingly called out William, saying, "Could you stop flirting with my residents?"
"Sorry," William said. "I'm trying not to — I'm not sure who's flirting more."
William also posted about his adventure via social media.
"Communities associated with the Church of Scotland have done an incredible job to continue to support one another during the pandemic — it was great to see some of them at work today," the video clip begins. "@grassmarketcommunity are supporting vulnerable people through community innovation and social enterprise — with projects from a herb garden to a workshop making furniture from recycled pews and other responsibly-resourced wood."
The message continues, "And, after inspecting a Guard of the Boys’ Brigade, it was great to join Betty and the residents of Queens Bay Lodge for ice cream and a chat — the care home is operated by CrossReach, which supports over 10,000 people in Scotland living in challenging situations."
Of course, people loved William's sweet interaction. One person wrote, "Diana would be proud ❤️," while another added, "Oh I love our Prince William 😍. He's just a lovely, kind and steady man. An old soul with a gentle heart, he just connects with everyone. Born to be King 🇬🇧🥳👑."
A third user added, "A man truly worthy of being king. Kind and humble to the core."
William landed in Scotland on May 21, and now his wife, Kate Middleton, will be with him for the next portion of the trip.
As for what's on the agenda, the press release stated that "the Duke will invite emergency responders to watch the Scottish Cup Final with him at a rooftop bar and as Joint Patrons of NHS Charities Together, The Duke and Duchess will host NHS staff from Scotland at a unique drive-in cinema to watch a special screening of Disney’s Cruella at the Palace of Holyroodhouse."