Prince Charles took a break from his new duties as a grandfather today to visit Kemble in Gloucestershire.
He was there to open a new garden at the railway station which has been redesigned by a local company after it became derelict.
While he was there - he met a young boy with a name that's proving popular.
Our Gloucestershire correspondent Ken Goodwin reports:
This is Oliver and Daniel Horne from Cirencester, who patiently waited for Prince Charles to arrive at Kemble Station.
The brothers made a card for the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall congratulating them on becoming grandparents.
They also presented the Prince Wales with a cuddly toy for the new Prince George of Cambridge.
Oliver and Daniel Horne from Cirencester will present a home-made card to Prince Charlies congratulating him and the Duchess of Cornwall on becoming grandparents to the new Prince George.
The brothers will also hand the Prince of Wales a cuddly toy for the little Prince.
Prince Charles will back in Gloucestershire on Thursday.
The new grandfather will be at Kemble railway station to open the new gardens.
The gardens were redesigned by a local company and have been brought to life by staff and students from the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester.
First Great Western decided to undertake the work to improve the station and community environment.