Prince Charles is channeling his inner child with his latest project—and we're sure his grandkids would approve.
Last week on Instagram, the Prince of Wales announced the launch of a nature-inspired playground at the Dumfries House in Scotland. The post featured candids of the royal interacting with children as they explored the park, which, according to People, features a central play tower inspired by Prince William and Prince Harry's childhood treehouse at Highgrove House. Prince Charles wrote, "The new @DumfriesHouse playpark is now ready to welcome young adventurers! The playpark has been built as part of @theprincesfoundation’s commitment to championing the benefits of nature-based play and learning. The park is located on the Dumfries House estate in Ayrshire, Scotland, and is free to visit."