The Prince of Wales is visiting a shirt factory in Gloucestershire to mark its tenth anniversary. He's been given the chance to watch step-by-step the making of a Turnbull & Asser shirt.
The Duchess of Cornwall has been visiting Bowood House - home to Marquis and Marchioness of Lansdowne in Wiltshire - this afternoon, getting into the Christmas spirit as she joined them for their first Christmas Extravaganza. The Duchess even did some of her Christmas shopping!
– Charlie Kinch, Buzz and Matilda Toys
She (Camilla) came to the stall and loved the array of toys I had, the traditional toys, and she purchased a big teddy puzzle from me.
"She commented about the toys but didn't mention the new royal baby. It was just a delight to meet her.
The Duchess also bought a cream jug with a Union Jack on the side and a grey and red union jack-patterned dog neckerchief.
– Laura Gough, director of Mutts and Hounds
I believe she said they were for her two jack russells.
Lady Lansdowne had earlier bought one for her cocker spaniel, who has been running around with it on, so I think that helped.
I'm just thrilled she chose to buy from us and it was very pleasant to meet her. She was very nice and friendly.
The event is helping to raise funds for the Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust, whom she is a patron.
The Duchess was also treated to a short Christmas carol performance in the chapel by the chamber choir from St Mary's School in Calne.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will be in Wiltshire and Gloucestershire. The Duchess will visit flood victims in Malmesbury before the royal couple move on to Tetbury, where they'll switch on the town's Christmas lights.
Prince Charles has had a frog named after him. The Ecuadorian stream frog was only discovered recently and was named after the prince in recognition of his conservation efforts.
At the naming ceremony at Highgrove, Gloucestershire, Prince Charles was presented with a glass replica of the frog.
Watching the event were more than 70 children who were taking part in an environmental summit at the Prince's home. They had decorated pandas with the theme of 'the future we want' and also sang Prince Charles a song about saving energy.