Colombian dignitaries gave the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall some much-needed protection from the blazing sun - his and hers matching sombreros.
Charles and Camilla tried on their gifts and posed for a picture as they toured an exhibition showcasing traditional crafts from across the Latin American country.
The black and white hats, made from woven palm leaves, are called Vueltiao and are worn by peasants and cattle ranchers from the coast.
Charles and Camilla were visiting a gold museum showcasing fabulous treasures from the Latin American nation's early history.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are on a nine-day visit to Colombia and Mexico.
A new Jaguar plant will be officially opened by the Queen later this morning and is expected to create 1400 jobs in Wolverhampton.
The £500 million engine manufacturing centre will cover three counties - Wolverhampton, South Staffordshire, and Staffordshire.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) said the plant opening was a "seminal" moment in their history, as it was the first time they had built engines in house "in a generation".
JLR is known to have strong links with the monarchy - both Jaguar and Land Rover have held Royal Warrants since 1951. A Royal Warrant is awarded when a manufacturer has counted the royal family as customers for at least five years.
Last month JLR sponsored the Invictus Games, the sports event for sick and injured service personnel championed by Prince Harry.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have begun a nine-day visit to Colombia and Mexico.
On arrival in Colombia's capital Bogota yesterday, Camilla was presented with the gift of a snakeskin handbag by Mario Hernandez, the founder of the South American luxury fashion brand that bears his name.
Hernandez and his wife said they had also created a "casual" handbag for the Duchess of Cambridge that they hope Camilla will take back to the UK for Kate.
The prince and duchess' deputy private secretary Simon Martin said that the pair's visit will tackle areas including supporting victims of domestic and sexual violence, defence links and the fight against drugs and crime.
The Duke of Edinburgh was seen wearing hearing aids for the first time at a reception in Buckingham Palace today.
The hearing devices were visible only because of a thin wire next to each ear.
Philip accompanied the Queen at a reception to honour recipients of the Victoria Cross and George Cross and their families.
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The Queen has been targeted by Twitter trolls after sending her first royal tweet.
The official @BritishMonarchy account she used saw its followers grow by tens of thousands, but was immediately attacked by trolls sending abusive messages.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: "We were fully cognisant of the nature of Twitter, where anyone anywhere can express their opinion, but we were delighted that so many people - in their tens of thousands - responded positively.
"We saw some tweets with profanity but that is just the nature of the format."
Scotland Yard said it had not received any complaints and was not investigating the matter.
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Investigators have been searching the home of a Royal Protection officer and a police building in the grounds of Buckingham Palace where ammunition was found.
Today's arrest came about as a result of an internal investigation by the Metropolitan Police.
The investigation, by the Directorate of Professional Standards, commenced a few weeks ago following the reporting by officers from Royalty Protection of ammunition found in their personal lockers or belongings.
Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said a reorganisation of the force's Protection Command had "revealed a few pockets of poor behaviour".
Metropolitan Police have said that the ammunition was found in personal lockers in a dedicated police building in the grounds of Buckingham Palace.
The officer arrested in connection with ammunition found in a locker area of Buckingham Palace was not assigned to guard any individual member of the Royal Family, police said.
The arrested officer is being questioned on suspicion of misconduct in public office and unlawful possession of ammunition.
He is in custody at a London police station and will be suspended from duty.