Prince Charles attended a meeting full of stars on Wednesday where he joined people like Benedict Cumberbatch and Myleene Klass at the Royal Albert Hall.
Charles, patron of Children & the Arts, joined the leaders of his industry for a conference on creativity in the school after it was revealed that he is "very concerned" about the decline of artistic subjects.
The Prince of Wales received a warm welcome from the stars who had gathered together with their families at the request of royalty.
The 69-year-old man could see himself reaching his old friend Myleene Klass, whom he met on several occasions, as well as his two daughters Hero and Ava Quinn.
Prince Charles joined Myleene Klass and his two daughters Ava and Hero Quinn at the Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday for a conference on creativity at school
Other famous guests were the actor Benedict Cumberbatch (center), who was seen having a stimulating conversation with His Majesty along with Amanda Holden (left) and Arlene Phillips (right)
The trio of mother and daughter then treated the prince and other guests to a performance on the piano, to the delight of royalty.
Other famous guests were the actor Benedict Cumberbatch, who was seen talking in a stimulating way with His Majesty along with Amanda Holden and Arlene Phillips.
Andrew Lloyd Webber was one of the other VIPs at today's event and joined the prince to see a choir performance from the local school.
The Prince of Wales arrived at London's landmark on Wednesday in his modern electric Jaguar of £ 60,000.
The Royal is frank in a series of ecological issues, such as organic farming, war against plastic and climate change, and its new wheels are a reflection of that.
Andrew Lloyd Webber was one of the other VIPs at today's event and joined the prince to see a choir performance from the local school (pictured)
You can see Sir Lenny Henry introducing royalty to a group of local school children who also attend the conference
Zoe Wannamaker (right) and Meera Syal (left) were seen shaking hands with the prince as he made his way through the guest room.
And it seems that royalty has already adapted to its new engine, which it believes it achieved earlier this week, with its famous cushion seen in the back seat today.
Earlier it had been reported that the 69-year-old man always travels with a cushion to sit on and help his back pain.
The grandfather of three appeared in a good mood as he was driving from the vehicle to the conference this morning.
Soon after, Charles made the short trip to the Old Vic to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the theater, where he joined the actress Imelda Staunton for a performance.
The royalty seemed to be enjoying the special presentation and could not erase the smile on her face throughout the play.
Then he visited the Old Vic theater to celebrate its 200th anniversary, where he sat next to Imelda Staunton for a performance.
After his visit to the historical theater, Charles joined the Duchess of Cornwall at the St. Catherine's pier where they met Princess Haya bint Hussein of Jordan.
The trio made a visit to the recently renovated & # 39; Maiden & # 39; Yacht, who will work with associated charities to promote the education of girls around the world.
Today it was revealed that His Royal Highness is "very concerned" about the decline of the arts in schools, said the head of one of his charities.
Charles later joined Camilla to meet Princess Haya bint Hussein of Jordan (seen on the right) at St. Katherine's dock
The Duchess of Cornwall and the Prince of Wales will join the princess to visit the newly renovated & # 39; Maiden & # 39; Yacht, who will work with associated charities to promote the education of girls around the world.
The royal couple was accompanied by the local crew of the cabin that was at their disposal to help them get on and off the ship today.
Rosie Millard, executive director of the Charles & # 39; s Children & The Arts organization, made the comment before the stars met to discuss the issue at her request.
The former BBC art correspondent said the Royal Albert Hall conference was "the next stage" in a campaign to "increase and stop the general trend of arts and creativity in schools for children and young people."
"The prince is very concerned and wanted to have this day to bring together educators, politicians and art leaders, artists and people who care about this and for whom the arts have been his life."
Prince Charles arrived at the Royal Albert Hall in his modern electric £ 60,000 Jaguar on Wednesday for a conference on arts in schools
According to reports, the Prince of Wales, patron of Children & the Arts, is "very concerned" about the lack of creative subjects in education.
The 69-year-old royalty seemed in good spirits when it arrived at London's landmark on its new engine on Wednesday.
Ms. Millard spoke about how the Prince's passion for the arts was fostered by his grandmother.
"The Prince of Wales is aware that he has had an incredible life and thanks to his position he has excellent access to art and creativity, of which he has always been a great defender."
She added: "As a child he was taken by the Queen Mother to see the Bolshoi Ballet and see Shakespeare and said he really did not understand … but he was aware of the magic of artistic performance and magic, beauty and creativity of culture ".
It is said that Charles is "very interested" in encouraging other children to "share the magic" of performance and will discuss it at today's conference
The grandfather of three seemed to have put his mark on his new car already with the cushion with which he travels famous seen in the back seat
She said she was "very interested" in that all children and young people across the country should "share that magic and have the opportunity to see that magic."
He added that parents need to be reassured that doing an A-level of art or music would not result in their child starving in a loft.
Ms. Millard went on to say that the arts should not be exclusive to the middle classes in the home and that they should "prepare for the day of school."
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The coalition government, during the tenure of Michael Gove as secretary of education, presented the Baccalaureate of English (EBacc) which measures the number of students reaching a grade C or grade 5 under the new GCSE grading system in English, mathematics , science, history or geography and a language.
There were concerns at the time that the focus on these core subjects would squeeze others, such as art and drama.
The Royal Albert Hall event will see the main figures of films, music, television and politics discuss the state of the arts and creativity in schools.
BBC Director General Tony Hall and former Tate Director Nicholas Serota will be some of the people who will attend.
Other guests include comedian Lenny Henry, interpreter Myleene Klass, designer Dame Vivienne Westwood, cellist Julian Lloyd-Webber, actors Adrian Lester, Robert Lindsay, David Morrissey, Meera Syal and Zoe Wanamaker, and Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright and Arts Minister Michael Ellis.