Aaaaw! Prince Charles Shared This Delightful Photo With His Adorable Little Friend
September 10, 2018 15:38 By Fabiosa
As a part of his celebration of National Wildlife Day on September 4, Clarence House shared this delightful photo of Prince Charles. However, the real attraction in this picture is his hairy little friend – a little red squirrel posing in front of two wooden buckets.
The little creature looked like he was eager to meet the Prince, and even struck a pose of his own. It's not everyday that one get to take photos with the Prince of Wales. Lucky squirrel.
That's a very nice and adorable picture! I bet he has wonderful time with his grandchildren at the garden! I hope to see them together when he turns 70 🙌🙌— The Cambridges (@loveforcambridg) September 4, 2018
Prince Charles is the Patron of Wildlife Trusts in the UK. The organization consists of 46 charities championing the cause of wildlife and preservation of species. Together, they maintain about 2,300 nature reserves in the UK.
This is a really great photo of Prince Charles. Whether the squirrel was really there or put in later, it's quite a unique image!— Claire Smith (@clairesmith842) September 4, 2018
Royal fans cannot help but compliment Prince Charles, who's not often seen in this light, despite the fact he's still one of the most popular members of the royal family.
SMASHING pix of Charles 💖— F/V SHEARWATER/Capt.Jim (@IdaOsier) September 4, 2018
He is a nature lover
Prince Charles has always been a big fan of nature. The work on his Highgrove Garden estate began garden in 1980, and the Prince is quite proud of the garden grounds.
The Prince joined in with the Big #ButterflyCount at his @HighgroveGarden this week and took part in the world's biggest survey of butterflies! 🦋 #ButterflyCount was launched in 2010 and aims to help us assess the health of our environment.— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) July 25, 2018
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Back in July, he participated in the world’s biggest butterfly count right from his own garden. He also contributes a significant amount of money to other charities and organizations that are concerned about saving the environment.
Little Prince George has already taken a liking to nature, and he loves to play in his grandpa’s garden. It will not be surprising if he eventually steps into Prince Charles’ nature-loving shoes.