Prince Charles
Prince Charles joked about his trophy after receiving an award from GQ Magazine. Pictured: Prince Charles accepts the Lifetime Achievement award on stage at the GQ Men of the Year Awards 2018 in Association with Hugo Boss at Tate Modern on Sept. 5, 2018 in London. Getty Images/Yui Mok

Prince Charles has one hilarious use for his award from GQ magazine.

On Wednesday, the Prince of Wales joined GQ's annual Men of the Year Awards. Prince Charles was among the awardees, and he took the stage at the Tate Modern art gallery to give a speech, where he joked about his trophy and how he would use it. "I can see it's something I can throw at the burglar if he comes in," Prince Charles said upon accepting the trophy.

The royal went on to say that he thought it was a mistake that he was getting the accolade. "First of all I really wanted to apologise for being wrongly dressed," the future king added. "I feared none of you would be able to compete with my incredibly snazzy dinner jacket. When I was first told of GQ magazine's wish to give me a Man of the Year award I felt sure it must have been some kind of mistake."

"I thought it must be some sort of ill-deserved fashion award," Prince Charles continued. "Particularly as in fashion terms I'm like a stopped clock. In other words, I'm fashionable once every 25 years. It really is incredibly kind of you and GQ magazine to do this."

In related news, the palace has already denied reports claiming that there's a long-standing feud between Prince Charles and his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry. Clarence House told Express that those reports are "complete fiction."

According to Tom Bower, the heir to the throne is not getting along well with the Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex. Their strained relationship somewhat involved his second wife, Camilla Parker Bowles.

"In public, they are all smiles, but behind the scenes, they do not like Camilla and see little of each other," Bower said. "This is partly because of what happened to their mother Diana, but also because Charles spent so little time with them when they were younger."

Prince Harry already addressed the issues claiming he and Prince William don’t get along well with Camilla. In his own words, the Duchess of Cornwall is not a wicked stepmom.

"To be honest, she's always been very close to me and William," Prince Harry said. "She's not a wicked stepmother. Look at the position she's coming into. Don't feel sorry for me and William, feel sorry for her."