Fans have praised Prince Charles after he made a sweet gesture. The royal braved Storm Dennis as he stepped out in Wales.
- Fans have praised Prince Charles after he made a sweet gesture when he visited locals in Wales.
- The heir apparent braved Storm Dennis as he stepped out to meet residents and business affected by the adverse weather.
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Fans have praised Prince Charles after he stepped out to meet fans in Wales.
The heir apparent made a trip to the town of Pontypridd in Wales where he met with residents and businesses who have been affected by Storm Dennis.
Alongside a series of photos of the Prince meeting fans with a beaming smile on his face, Clarence House wrote on Instagram, ‘This afternoon, The Prince travelled to the town of Pontypridd in Wales to meet residents and businesses affected by the recent floods caused by Storm Dennis.
‘The Prince saw the flood damage on Taff Street, popping into Prince’s Café and a boutique clothes shop.
‘His Royal Highness also heard about the rescue efforts and the ongoing clean-up’.
And fans have praised the royal for putting a smile on fans’ faces as he braved the storm to visit locals.
‘Absolutely fabulous photos of someone who cares about people and shows genuine compassion,’ wrote one fan. ‘Just look at the expressions on people faces. Well done Charles 👍’.
‘What wonderful pictures and just look at the people’s faces,’ added another, ‘it’s wonderful to see’.
‘So good of HRH to go, he loves Wales & the people love him,’ commented another fan. ‘Just showing that they are in his thoughts after such floods would be alot too people that have been effected. 🙏’.
Others wrote, ‘Love prince Charles. Love the first photo having a good laugh with the lady in blue coat.😊’, ‘Marvellous to see him visiting residents and businesses. You can see on everyone’s faces how much it is appreciated’ and ‘That was so nice of Prince Charles to visit Pontypridd. It means a lot to the people of Wales’.
Our thoughts go out to everyone affected by the storm!