Fans loving Prince Charles’ traditional Scottish attire as he leaves London

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Fans have praised Prince Charles for appearing in traditional Scottish attire.

Fans have been loving Prince Charles’ look as he made a sunny appearance in Scotland.

The Prince of Charles has left London and headed up to Scotland, where he made a visit to a hospital to thank staff for their hard work throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

The Duke of Rothesay has visited Caithness General Hospital in Scotland to meet staff and thank them for their work throughout the Coronavirus pandemic,’ Clarence House wrote alongside a series of photos of the heir apparent.

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‘HRH heard about the challenges staff have been facing and spoke to workers across a number of health and social care roles.💙’.

And while some fans took to the comments section to praise the lovely appearance, many were distracted by the Prince of Wales’ attire.

Nice skirt... what's the occasion??’ wrote one. ‘Just kidding, I really admire a man that can pull that look off…

‘And I just love Prince Charles & Camilla. Head down, but up working & smiling about it👏👏👏’.

Others added, ‘Looking v smart’, ‘Prince Charles rocks a kilt😍😍😍loves it xx’, ‘I love seeing him in kilts❤️’, ‘His Grace looks superb’and😍😍😍😍😍😍’.

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It comes just days after the Duchess of Cornwall (opens in new tab) impressed royal fans with her coordinating skills after she matched her face mask to her summery denim dress during a trip to high-street cosmetics store Boots.

I love this lady more and more, embracing her snazzy mask with no fuss. Thank you😊,’ wrote one, while others added, ‘Love Camilla and the face mask is amazing!’ ‘How lovely she looked💕and‘The Duchess looks so beautiful👑💖👍.

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