Prince Charles is one doting grandpa!
According to a new report, the 66-year-old Prince of Wales recently spent a day bonding with his nearly two-year-old grandson, Prince George, by planting trees and gardening at the royal family's country estate, Highgrove House.
An exterior shot of the Highgrove House gardens. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Charles reportedly enjoys caring for the home's grounds himself and often enlists the help of other family members and friends to help with the Gloucestershire property's upkeep.
During a recent trip to the home — which is visited by more than 30,000 tourists each year — a guest told Britain's Hello! magazine that Charles is "obviously very proud of Prince George."
Charles, George, Kate and William at the polo match on June 14, 2015. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
George — who became a big brother to newborn sister Princess Charlotte this past May — was most recently spotted in public playing with his mom, Kate Middleton, 33, as she watched his dad, Prince William, also 33, participate in a polo match.
"Kate was with him and they were lying in the grass together. He's so cute," an onlooker told Us Weekly of the family outing.