A European Prince has been in Cambridge for a celebration of the famous diary of Samuel Pepys.
Prince Robert of Luxembourg now owns a wine that Pepys, who studied at Cambridge University, drank and wrote about. He says that Pepys' reference to the wine could make it one of the oldest luxury brands in the world.
Samuel Pepys started writing his diary in 1660. Today it is one of the most important records of life at the time, providing a detailed account of the major events and customs of the day.
On the 10th April 1663 he wrote about a particular wine called Ho Bryan, saying
350 years on the brand Ho Bryan is still going strong. Now recognised as Chateau Haut-Brion, it is produced in Bordeaux, and is owned by Prince Robert of Luxembourg.
Samuel Pepys was born in 1633, and lived in Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire.
He went to Magdalene College Cambridge aged 18, and began to write his diary when he moved to London to work.