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:
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