Prince Charles may be the heir of the throne, but he recently proved that he also experiences the same problems most people do.

During the first day of his tour of the Caribbean, the future king was photographed having a bad hair day. Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles were in St. Lucia as part of their 12-day tour of the islands.

But as he was delivering his speech in front of dignitaries, the tropic heat messed Prince Charles’ hair. He was photographed with his wildly blown locks, which doesn’t usually happen.

It is typical to see Prince Charles neat and clean especially when he is out in public. His hair is usually kept together possibly using wax or gel.

Meanwhile, Prince Charles delivered a speech on climate change, and he also urged members of the Commonwealth to do their part in addressing the issue.

“Climate change poses nothing short of an existential threat to this island as it does to every part of this region. The Commonwealth has been the cornerstone of my life for as long as I can remember and through all the unprecedented challenges of those past seven decades, it seems to me that the Commonwealth remains as vital today as it has ever been,” he said.

After his visit to St. Lucia, Prince Charles and Camilla traveled to Barbados. The royal couple is also expected to visit Cuba.

In related news, Prince Charles also made headlines last week after it was revealed that he will most likely be a doting granddad to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s firstborn.

One of the future King’s friends told The Sun that Prince William and Kate Middleton excluded Prince Charles from Prince George’s life but it is guaranteed that Prince Harry and Markle won’t do the same thing.

“At the time Prince George was born, Charles was less easy in the role of a grandfather. But now he welcomes each new arrival with a wider grin and even more open arms… He loves the happy chaos of it all,” Prince Charles’ friend told Express.

Prince Charles Prince Charles made headlines for rocking messy hair during his trip to the Caribbean. Pictured: Prince Charles delivers a speech during an official welcome ceremony and parade after his arrival to St Lucia on March 17, 2019 in Vieux Fort, Saint Lucia. Photo: Getty Images/Phil Noble-Pool