It’s 32 degrees in Australia, but that hasn’t stopped Prince Charles from dressing up to the nines.
Yes, we’re talking everything from a shirt and tie to a thick lined blazer.
Unfortunately for the Prince, his discomfort was very noticeable (in the form of several beads of sweat).
But he didn’t bat an eyelid, and remained firmly buttoned into the jacket all day.
We don’t envy you, Prince Charles.
The boiling temperatures came on the last day of the Royal’s seven-day tour of Australia.
He spent the day in Darwin laying a wreath at the local barracks, and later slipped while crossing a bridge in Larrakeyah.
The 69-year-old struggled to cover just how hot he was as he set off on short tour of Darwin Harbour.
And obviously nobody was surprised considering what he was wearing.
He later met with soldiers and visited the National Critical Care and Trauma Centre before attending a reception at Government House.
After placing a time capsule and planting the odd tree, he then darted off to the airport for his flight back to the UK.
Which, he will be pleased to know, is most definitely not 32 degrees. Yet.
Earlier this week, he said he felt ‘better already’ after taking part in a spiritual healing ceremony with a didgeridoo master.
With his eyes shut, the Prince of Wales was given a 30-second Yidaki blessing by the world-renowned performer of the indigenous Aboriginal instrument, Djalu Gurruwiwi – who played the didgeridoo close to the royal’s chest.
He was on a tour of the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Arts Centre in Gove, which showcased the work of the area’s indigenous people.
Charles spoke to people whose work was displayed at the centre and admired their intricate pieces.
At one point, Charles could not contain his amusement when a woman’s phone rang just as he was about to shake her hand. ‘Shall we see who it is?,’ he joked.