Prince Charles always wears one item to his grandchildren’s christening, and the reason why he does so have just been revealed.

When Princess Charlotte was christened in 2015, the future King was photographed with a fuchsia pink flower that he placed on his navy-blue suit. The Prince of Wales once again wore the exact same flower brooch when Prince Louis was christened last year. And he most recently used it at Archie’s christening last weekend.

However, Prince Charles didn’t wear the Dianthus Devon Wizard at Prince George’s christening in 2013 because the particular type of flower only blooms between June and September.

While speaking with Hello! magazine, a spokesperson for Lavender Green Flowers said that the Dianthus is believed to have derived from the Greek words “Dios,” which means God and “Anthos,” which means flower. When translated in English, it reads like God’s or Divine Flower.

“Although there are lots of speculation about what these symbolize, a significant one is that they are believed to be the flower for maternal and undying love,” the spokesperson said.

The flowers are also extra special to Prince Charles because they were picked from the garden in Highgrove House.

In related news, Prince Charles also made headlines this week after it was revealed that he made a cunning move for his wife, Camilla, to earn the public’s approval.

While speaking with Sky News, royal correspondent Caroline Frost, said that the future King tried to overhaul his image within the past decade so that the public would also become more accepting of the Duchess of Cornwall.

Things were not always good for Prince Charles and Camilla especially when they started dating again. After all, the couple had an affair while Prince Charles was married to Princess Diana.

Despite all of the criticisms that Princess Diana received, the world still sided with her because Prince Charles cheated on her. The future King came clean about his affair years before his divorce was finalized.

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Prince Charles waves as he attends the Royal Cornwall Show on June 7, 2018 in Wadebridge, United Kingdom. Getty Images/Time Rooke