Prince Charles shows his down to earth 'fun' side on latest royal outing to community center

Prince Charles shows his fun, friendly, relaxed nature during his latest public outing as fans praise his cheery demeanor

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Prince Charles shows his down-to-earth 'fun' side on latest royal outing to a community center, and fans are loving it.

Prince Charles was out and about alongside his wife and future Queen Consort, Duchess Camilla Parker Bowles. The couple was busy with multiple engagements, including a visit to The West London Welcome (WLW) center in London's Hammersmith. 

The WLW is a community center run for and with refugees, asylum seekers, migrants, and other locals living in West London. The community organization supports 650 people from over 50 different nationalities each month. They have more than 60 volunteers who provide a myriad of support to those in need—including community advice, a food bank, and English classes. 

Of all the photos taken of the Prince's visit, it's the one of him having a rip-roaring good time alongside Betul Piyade, a psychotherapist from Turkey, who's seeking asylum in the UK.

Britain's Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (L) has a chat with Betul an asylum-seeker from Turkey during a visit to the West London Welcome community centre, in London, on April 28, 2022. - West London Welcome community centre is run for, and with, refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and other locals living in west London.

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One Instagram user commented, "Prince Charles is so friendly and seems full of fun." Another added, "The Prince looks so relaxed and having a good time!!❤️"

The Prince of Wales took part in one of the English classes that the WLW offer. It was there that the Daily Express reports that he met one of his fans, Kudirat from Nigeria, who said she, “couldn’t have imagined,” meeting him.

Kudriat, who was utterly thrilled to meet Prince Charles, said that he was eager to learn more about the center and those who go there. She added that he, "wanted to know how we feel,” as he asked people he met about their experience, how they came to be in the UK, and what their living situations are like. 

After listening to the plight of those he met, HRH reportedly said, “we need to do something," to help people seeking asylum in the UK.

Aoife Hanna
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Aoife is an Irish journalist and writer with a background in creative writing, comedy, and TV production.

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