That’s dram good: 12 photos of Prince Charles on distillery tours

The Prince of Wales gets around.

 

Whether it’s Princess Eugenie’s Tequila-repping husband, Prince Harry and Meghan’s choice of wines for their recent nuptials, or Princess Anne getting stuck into the UK’s burgeoning domestic wine trade, it seems rarely a week goes by where we don’t learn more about the royal family’s love of a drink.

One royal has caught our attention more than most — Prince Charles.

Charles — who celebrates his 70th birthday next week, has visited no less than four distilleries this year while going about his royal duties.

In honour of his birthday, and because we officially have enough stock photos for a slideshow, we’ve rounded up our favourite pictures of Charles looking absolutely delighted to learn more about the drinks industry.

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