The Prince of Wales has been visiting the Thames Valley today. Prince Charles was at Eton College in Windsor to open the new Bekynton Field development.
As the father of two former pupils - both Prince William and Prince Harry were educated at the private school - it was perhaps even more fitting that the heir to the throne was invited to perform the honour.
The £18 million pound project is the school's largest development since its foundation in 1440. Divya Kohli reports.
The interviewees are Tony Little, the Headmaster; and Michael Johnson from The Copper Works Newlyn.
Prince Charles has arrived at Eton College to officially open the institution's new Bekynton Field Development. The development includes forty new classrooms and common rooms.
The Prince of Wales is visiting Dorset today to take part in a special reception for people involved in the creation of the Poundbury Project twenty years ago.
Poundbury is an urban extension of Dorchester in Dorset. The creation of Poundbury centred around Prince Charles' beliefs and ideas on town - planning coupled with a long period of public consultation.
Prince Charles says he's "enormously proud" to be the Patron of the National Police Memorial Day.
Speaking ahead of the event in Cardiff, the Prince of Wales spoke of how "our courageous policemen and women routinely endure hazardous environments."
He will be honouring the memory of PC Steve Rawson, who died in Southampton earlier this year.
The 40 year old Police officer leaves behind a wife and 2 young children.
Video. Prince Charles tried oysters on the seafront - the Duchess of Cornwall wasn't quite so keen - before they headed to one of the region's oldest dockyards.
There were plenty of presents for their little grandson, the world's newest prince. And the royal couple showed themselves to be dab hands at the samba, too. Jamie Stephens reports.
Click video. Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall joined a samba band on stage at the Whitstable Oyster Festival.
Click video. Down it goes! Prince Charles, encouraged by the Duchess of Cornwall, enjoyed an oyster during his visit to Whitstable in Kent today.