Being apart of the Royal Family often means that you have to attend a lot of royal engagements.
A common 'task' while attending the engagements is to cut the ribbon to signify an opening, congratulate those who have done something stand-out or plant trees, like the Queen did while visiting Britain’s National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB).
So it's no surprise that during his time as 2IC to the throne, Prince Charles has had to plant a few trees and as revealed on a British comedy quiz show, once planted, he shakes their branches and 'wishes them well'.
That fact came as no surprise to many royal fans who were aware that Prince Charles is an avid gardener.
In fact, he once famously said in a 1986 interview that he helps his garden grow by talking to it.
"I just come and talk to the plants, really – very important to talk to them.
"They respond," he said.