The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have paid a visit to the Royal Welsh Show - Prince Charles' first appearance in Wales as a grandfather.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall visited the main ring and the food hall, as well as meeting farmers, rural charities, volunteers and local business owners.
It was Prince Charles' seventh visit to the show - his first visit was in 1969 and he has returned in 1988, 1995, 1999, 2000 and 2001 - but a first for the Duchess.
The Prince is a former president of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society, which runs the event.
More top news
A memorial service to mark the 20th anniversary of Srebrenica genocide is to be held at the Senedd later today.
The Caernarfon Search and Rescue helicopter service launch marks the final stage of a shift of services away from RAF Valley on Anglesey.
The Ashes clash between England and Australia begins in Cardiff this morning. The Test is expected to bring in £5m for the Welsh economy.