Prince Charles and wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, dumped their face masks for a cathedral visit on Britain’s post-COVID-restrictions ‘Freedom Day’.
The U.K. Government has removed the majority of coronavirus rules in England, as the nation attempts a return to normality despite soaring case numbers.
And the next in line to the throne, 72, made use of the new freedom within hours on a visit to Exeter Cathedral, in South West England.
Charles and Camilla met members of the public outside before speaking to the young choir inside the building.
The move comes a day after brother Prince Edward and his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, were photographed in masks as they visited the McLaren garage of Britain’s Formula 1 racecourse, Silverstone.