The Prince of Wales gamely allowed a young entrepreneur to read his mind yesterday.

Prince Charles was initially nervous but quickly became more comfortable when Chris Wall (also known as Chris Reads Minds) asked him to come up with a number, name and colour.

Blue and 12 were the chosen colors of the prince, but he struggled with naming his child. 

“Any name?” he queried. He asked. Oh dear.’

Charles laughed, and finally said George’s name as his grandchild.

Prince Charles (pictured left) allowed magician Chris Wall (pictured far right) to read his mind during his visit to Brixton's NatWest Bank branch today

Prince Charles (pictured left) allowed magician Chris Wall (pictured far right) to read his mind during his visit to Brixton’s NatWest Bank branch today

The Prince Of Wales (pictured) was asked for a name, number and colour, by Chris who promptly wrote down a prediction

Prince Charles (pictured) demonstrated his sense of humour for the magic trick

The Prince Of Wales (pictured) was asked for a name, number and colour, by Chris who promptly wrote down a prediction 

29-year-old Mr. Wall pulled out a piece of paper and wrote down his prediction on it. He then placed the card face down on a table.

According to him, he was not certain if he would be right, but that he knew he could.

‘So we have cash, an NUS card which gets you a free McFlurry and contactless debit card which you can get up to £100 now,’ he said, prompting the prince to chuckle.

The prince was then asked to choose a card. The royal selected the Ace of Clubs.

Prince Charles (pictured left) said the ace of clubs when asked to name a playing card during The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs meeting

Prince Charles (pictured at left) was asked by Young Entrepreneurs to identify a card in The Prince’s Trust. 

“Wouldn’t it be amazing if this was your card?” Mr Wall asked.

Charles duly did this and then read what was written on the back.

Charles laughed but it wasn’t over. Mr Wall reached into his wallet to find a sealed envelope that contained one of his business cards, along with ‘blue,’ ’12, and ‘George.

Charles, admiring his words, said: “You can keep this as a souvenir of our time together,” 

Prince Charles (pictured left) appeared in good spirits as he admitted he would be impressed if Chris was able to select his card

Prince Charles (pictured right) was in good spirits and admitted that he would be impressed by Chris’s ability to choose his card. 

Charles praised Chris for the magic trick and gushed that he has 'the gift of the gab' in addition to his entertainment skills

Charles thanked Chris for his magic trick, and said that Chris has the ‘gift of the gab’ as well as being an entertainer. 

Chris (pictured far right) said he was able to start his own business after going on the Prince's Trust enterprise scheme

Chris, (pictured right), said that he had been able to set up his own company after completing the Prince’s Trust Enterprise Scheme. 

It is truly impressive. Well done. Also, you’re gifted with the gift to gab. He said that you’ve been an enormous success.

After the meeting, Mr Wall from Brockley in south London said that he was a participant in a Prince’s Trust Enterprise scheme, which allowed him to set up his own company.

He said, “It taught both basic and advanced business skills and frankly I wouldn’t have been here without it.”

“I’m now performing for Amazon and Netflix. It was wonderful to meet the prince and express our gratitude.

Charles visited the NatWest Bank in London, which is a long-standing partner of Prince’s Trust. It’s located on Brixton High Street, south London.

Charles put on a dapper display in Brixton today in a white crisp shirt and pin-striped grey suit adorned with a red poppy

Charles looked smart in Brixton wearing a white crisp shirt, pin-striped grey suits and an embroidered red poppy.

Keshia East shared her business success story with Charles in Brixton this morning, after launching No Knot Co LTD

Charles, in Brixton today, heard Keshia East’s business success story after she launched No Knot Co LTD. 

He was greeted by several dignitaries from the area, including Jacqui Dyer (councillor), who informed the prince that he had not only given her an honor for her services in mental health but also that the two of them shared the same birthday, November 14.

Charles turned 73 this weekend.

Keshia East (29), a conversationalist, described her experience with the Prince’s Trust Enterprise Scheme as invaluable.

She has set up her own award-winning range of environmentally-friendly hair styling tools, with an emphasis on Afro and curly hair, called NoKnotCo, made from plant cellulose.

Admiringly she replied, “I see waves in your hair,” 

Charles was seen beaming as he shook hands with independent health and social care consultant Jacqui Dyer MBE

Charles beams as he shake hands with Jacqui Dyer MBE, independent health and social service consultant.

The Prince Of Wales shook hands with guests this morning as he met The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs

The Prince of Wales met with young entrepreneurs from The Prince’s Trust this morning and shook hands.

Charles looked deep in thought as he spoke with a young person who showcased and shared his business success story today

Charles was deep in thought while he spoke to a young man who shared his success story with him today.

The prince blushed, saying “Oh yes, indeed I know.”

He asked her how she founded her company after she could not find the right product for her hair. She then showed him a brush which stimulates hair growth and helps with hair stimulation.

“Does it work?” He smiled ruefully and stroked his hair. “I’m just so impressed at what you’ve accomplished.”

He also spoke to Louise Payne, 32, who has started her successful Brixton Wine Club subscription service for wine in a can after completing an enterprise course and winning a £5,000 grant from his charity.

He said, “I’m so happy it’s going well,” “I’m always amazed by all of the ideas. 

The 72-year-old Prince of Wales was given a very warm welcome by people gathered on a street in Brixton this morning

People gathered in Brixton to welcome the 72-year old Prince of Wales.

Charles wore a white crisp shirt and pin-striped grey suit with a red poppy on his lapel as a symbol of remembrance today

Charles wore a pin-striped gray suit and a crisp white shirt with a red poppy at his collar as a sign of respect today.

He stopped talking to Ruth Lue-Quee (former deputy head of the royal family), who had during lockdown created My Mummy Teacher cards with activities and ideas for parents to share with their children.

The Prince’s Trust gave her the opportunity to have a ‘no idea’ about where she should start her business.

Charles inquired her about her caretaker for her son, who was two years old at the time she worked. She explained it to Charles as her mother.

“Thank goodness for grandparents!” He laughed.

The bank branch was open to receive the heir of the throne, who received warm reception from several hundred of those who had come to see him after word got out.

As people shouted his name, the prince took several moments to shake hands with them and even took selfies.