The Prince of Wales, 71, and Camilla, 72, looked more than happy to greet members of the public gathered outside Mary Magdalene Church after they emerged following a church service. Camilla made a point of walking towards the group and extending her hand in a greeting before engaging in chit-chat. She also took time to bend down and pet a dog before having a conversation with its owners.
Charles followed suit and was snapped talking to well-wishers, including one woman who chose to bow before him.
The pair were well dressed for the Sunday morning chill and seemed to have perfectly coordinated their outfits.
Charles donned a warm check coat while Camilla Accessories her matching coat with black knee-boots, a pattern scarf and a dar fur-trimmed hat.
Accompanied by two royal aides, the pair made made their way back back to the house in a brisk fashion, with Charles carrying an umbrella.
Prince Charles and Camilla chatted to fans as they made their way home from church (Image: Geoff Robinson )
Charles will ascend the throne when his mother passes away (Image: GETTY)
On December 25 the Queen will lead members of the royal family in Christmas celebration at the 16th century church.
This year Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex and baby Archie will be notably absent as the family-of-three will spend the day with Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland.
Charles’s public display of friendliness comes after a royal expert Victoria Arbiter said Charles’ public popularity has boomed in recent years.
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Charles and Camilla pictured on a recent tour of New Zealand (Image: GETTY)