It's not the first time the King's fingers have been a concern. He was photographed with extremely swollen hands last year, prompting questions over whether he’s been left with lingering issues after battling coronavirus.
And that wasn't the first time Charles has been seen with this unhealthy-looking affliction.
While visiting India in 2018, onlookers couldn’t help noticing both his hands and feet appeared very inflamed and puffy.
Charles was attending a meet and greet at Gurudwara Bangla Sahib - a Sikh house of worship – to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak, when photographers captured the images.
Although it’s not clear if Charles has any underlying health concerns, puffy and swollen feet can be caused from flying on planes – and the prince had travelled nine hours to India.
Despite his acute affliction, Charles didn’t let it prevent him from carrying out his royal duties, and afterwards, he visited the Indian Meteorological Department in New Delhi, Express reported.
The occasion marked his 10th official visit to India, where he undertook a two-day visit to New Delhi to strengthen the ties between India and the UK.
On another occasion in 2018, Charles’ hands appeared extremely dry with a large welt, which led to some speculation he might be struggling to heal or suffering from poor circulation.
What’s more, in 2012, Charles even had joked about having “sausage fingers” while visiting Australia, suggesting that the issue wasn’t serious.