Prince Charles was visiting Oxford University's new Trinity College Levine Building and said some important words to the scientists. The future King himself has had Covid twice – in a mild form thankfully.
The royal made a rare comment on the university's 'vital' role in creating the Covid vaccine.
"The impact of this work was never more apparent, I think, than during the past two years when Oxford's scientists produced a vaccine to combat Covid in an extraordinary race against the clock," he said.
"The work of your academics, as we have seen, is making a real difference to people's lives," he continued according to Hello!