Prince Charles was today given some video game tips.
Luke Scott, 10, said Prince Charles "needed more practice."
Prince Charles talks to members of the UTASS project (Upper Teesdale Agricultural Support Team) which gives advice and help to the farming community. The Prince's countryside fund has given a £36,000 grant to UTASS
The Prince of Wales on his way to open a new cafe at the Auction Mart at Middleton-in-Teesdale.
The Prince of Wales brought all to a halt as he visited Middleton-in-Teesdale.
Charles was at the village for the third time in 10 years.
He visited the village butcher before dropping in to J Raine and Son ironmonger's shop.
Hundreds of people lined the road - including pupils from Forest of Teesdale Primary School, which has just 13 pupils.
His visit was initially delayed due to heavy fog.
The trip was organised in part to support local sheep farmers.
Prince Charles arrived in Northumberland in style. He pulled into Alnmouth station on board the modern-day steam locomotive Tornado, which was built in Darlington, County Durham.
The Prince was greeted by the Duchess of Northumberland and a crowd of well-wishers before beginning his engagements.
Prince Charles has pledged his support to the region in a personal message to be shown to visitors to a North East food festival this weekend.
In the short film, which will be broadcast at Bishop Auckland Food Festival, the Prince offers his "most heartfelt good wishes" to the people of the region and in particular, those behind plans to develop Auckland Castle.