The Prince of Wales has repaid a debt left by Charles II. The King owed £453 and 3s (15p) to the Clothiers Company of Worcester for troop uniforms ordered in 1651.
Jolly decent of him, but a Gentleman should never worry about petty things such as tailor's debts, even if it has been dragging on for a while. Whatever next? He will be paying his wine merchant? Such things are for executors to sort out.