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The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are visiting a refugee camp near the Syrian border in Jordan that houses nearly 1,000 people who have fled the conflict.
Charles and Camilla visited a craft skills training centre for women and children at the refugee camp which is run by the United Nations, Unicef and Save the Children.
They then went to a nursery where around 20 children sat around tables and sang songs to them.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall were greeted by United Nations staff at the King Abdullah Park camp in Jordan, close to the Syrian border.
The camp is home to just under 1,000 people who have fled the conflict.
Later they will visit a historic Jordanian Roman city and then leave for Qatar followed by Saudi Arabia and Oman.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are visiting a refugee camp near the Syrian border in Jordan to witness first hand the human impact of the crisis.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have been visiting Jordan at the start of their tour of the Middle East.
He may be far from home and touring the Middle East, but the Prince of Wales has come face to face with on of Britain's favourite characters.
Postman Pat has been created in 3D by a design company based in the Jordanian capital Amman.
The Prince, who was visiting the studio as part of his trip to the country, beamed as he was shown a segment of a 3D feature film about the character and looked extremely happy when he was presented with a model of himself depicted alongside Pat and his cat Jess.
Charles and Camilla will received a guard of honour at a royal palace in the capital Amman, before holding a private meeting with King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al-Abdullah.
Charles will also visit the King Hussein Mosque and an award-winning digital production company.
During the day the Duchess will take time to visit a children's museum and a secondary school for girls.
After touching down in the capital Amman, the couple were taken off for a dinner with King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al-Abdullah.
The dinner, which is the first engagement of their trip, took place at Beit al-Urdun, the private residence of the Jordanian royals in Amman.
Charles and Camilla will spend two nights in the country before leaving for Qatar and then Saudi Arabia and Oman.
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The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall saw the human cost of the conflict in Syria on a visit to a refugee camp in Jordan.