Prince Charles is on a two-day tour of Northumberland, but he didn’t bring his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, along with him.

On the first day of his trip, Prince Charles visited The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Center close to the Hadrian’s Wall. While there, the future king learned about landscape conservation, countryside management, and the tourism industry.

Prince Charles will also drop by the local farmers’ market before heading to the historic Hexham Abbey. The dad of two will also go to Kirkharle to support a local charity and to celebrate the group’s 25th anniversary. Prince Charles will also go to the Kielder Salmon Center.

On the second day of his tour, Prince Charles will go to the Hepple Gin distillery, the Alnwick Garden, and more. His wife, Bowles, is currently in the palace. On the royal family’s official website, there is no information on where Bowles will be seen next between this month and Oct. 14.

But Prince Charles is scheduled to attend the coronation service and present and new Guidon to the Queen’s Own Yeomanry in West Yorkshire on Sept. 27. He is once again expected to head to the ceremony by himself as the Royal Honorary Colonel.

In related news, Prince Charles also made headlines recently after it was reported that he made an insensitive joke after Prince Harry’s birth. In “Diana: Her True Story,” it was revealed that Prince Charles wanted his second child to be a girl.

When he found out that Prince Harry was a boy and even had red hair, he appeared to not be very happy. Prince Charles told Princess Diana, “Oh God, it’s a boy. And he’s even got red hair.” He thought his joke was funny, but Princess Diana didn’t think so.

This was one of the reasons why Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s marriage fell apart. Years later, Prince Charles somehow got his wish when Kate Middleton gave birth to Princess Charlotte. Even though he doesn’t have a daughter, he has a granddaughter.

“I was looking for a granddaughter. Someone to look after me when I am very old,” Prince Charles told People.