Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have finished their three day tour of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
On Wednesday, Camilla met two patients who credit the air ambulance service in Cornwall with saving their lives.
The Duchess of Cornwall, a patron of the Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust, was also given the opportunity to look inside the bright red and yellow helicopter responsible for emergency rescues across Cornwall.
Dressed in a yellow jacket displaying the charity's pin badge, a white skirt and beige heeled shoes, the Duchess was also celebrating the charity's 25th anniversary.
She officially opened the new headquarters of the Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust based at Newquay Airport by unveiling a plaque and praised the work done by the charity.
The royal couple also travelled to Lostwithiel to see how the town dealt with devastating floods which crippled parts of it two years ago.
You can watch Steve Hardy's report on the Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust visit here:
On Tuesday the royal couple defied foul weather to make their second visit to the Isles of Scilly in three years.
It was uncertain whether the royal couple would be able to make the short helicopter ride from the mainland to St Mary's with public flights cancelled due to thick fog.
But Charles and Camilla were given the go-ahead and landed in the Isles of Scilly just 45 minutes later than scheduled.
It gave the Duchess of Cornwall, a well-known animal lover, the chance to visit the only vet's surgery on the island of St Mary's.
Camilla was shown around by Dr Heike Dorn who has worked on the islands for six years and met her rescue dog - a three-legged lurcher called Padme.
Dr Dorn, who lives above the surgery, said: "It was a lovely, lovely visit. We talked about what kind of animals I look after, which is quite a wide variety, and she also met my dog, Padme, who she liked very much."
The visit to the veterinary surgery came shortly after the Duchess joined her husband to open the £14 million Five Islands School.
Prince Charles and Camilla started their three-day visit to Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly on Monday, by opening Heartlands Community Regeneration Project in Truro.
The 35 million pound community-led project, unveiled in April, has transformed a derelict tin mine in one of the poorest parts of the county.
Watch Steve Hardy's full report on the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall's visit to Heartlands here: