The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will be afforded a special welcome when they begin a tour of Papua New Guinea on Saturday.
The royal couple will arrive in the capital Port Moresby and be greeted by the Prime Minister, a 21-gun salute fired by the Papua New Guinea Defence Force, and a guard of honour.
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