AceShowbiz - British royal Prince Charles has been honoured with a Lifetime Achievement prize at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London.
The heir to the throne, who turns 70 later this year, attended the star-studded event at London’s Tate Modern gallery, where he was praised for his humanitarian and charity work.
Acknowledging the Prince of Wales ahead of Wednesday's, September 05 gala, GQ editor Dylan Jones said, "The Prince of Wales has given his service to charities and philanthropic endeavours with such steadfast revolve, clarity of purpose and dedication to others, at home and on the world stage.
"We are particularly honoured to be able to dedicate the Prince of Wales with this award during British GQ’s 30th Anniversary this year".
It's not the first time Charles has been recognised by the magazine - he was previously named one of GQ's Best Dressed Men.
Actress, author and activist Rose McGowan was also saluted at the ceremony, as she became the first woman to receive the GQ Inspiration Award for speaking openly about sexual assault and harassment in the film industry.
The former Charmed star arrived in style, wearing a $1,100 (GBP852) Osman trench coat on the red carpet, where she was joined by her partner, non-binary model Rain Dove.
Singer Kylie Minogue also turned heads as she made her new romance with Paul Solomons red carpet official by arriving with him.
Other big-name guests included Kate Beckinsale, Zendaya, Chadwick Boseman, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, Chris Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum, Rita Ora, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and celebrity couple Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen.