Sir David Attenborough has received a deserving second knighthood for his incredible work in broadcasting and conservation.
He was first knighted by the Queen in 1985.
Sir David, 96, has now been appointed a Knight Grand Cross which is an even higher honour.
Prince Charles awarded him the honour at an investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle. He also shared pictures of them along with the caption, " Well done to Sir David Attenborough, who was made a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George, for his lifetime of work in broadcasting and promoting the importance of the natural world and its conservation."
In April Sir David was named 'Champion of the Earth' by the UN's Environment Programme.