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Today was the third and final day of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall's visit to the county. And it co-incided with Camilla's birthday. They spent time in Lostwithiel today, where they toured the renovated Duchy Palace. And locals couldn't let the Duchess go without a little celebration...
It is the Duchess of Cornwall's birthday today and she will be spending the day in our region accompanied by Prince Charles. The royal couple will be visiting Lostwithiel to see the restored Duchy Palace. They will be meeting those who were involved in the restoration.
As part of her visit, Camilla will visit Lostwithiel Drill Hall to meet representatives of three charities of which she is patron (Cornwall Air Ambulance, Shelterbox and the Cornwall Community Foundation). This is the Duke and Duchess' third day of their visit to our region.
It was Devon's turn to get the Royal treatment today with Prince Charles and Camilla in the county. They started off at Brixham meeting fishermen and then went on to the West of England School for Partially Sighted Children.
It's the second day of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall's annual visit to the West Country.
The royal couple are in Brixham today. His Royal Highness went on board a modern day trawler, where the fishermen said they were impressed by the amount the Prince seemed to know about their industry:
Prince Charles and Camilla are continuing their tour of Devon and Cornwall, visiting members of the fishing community in Brixham.
The Royal grandparents to be - the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, have been in the Duchy today, and the forthcoming birth of Kate and Williams's child was upper most in many people's minds.
Camilla's visit included a trip to St Austell to meet the residents of a new children's hospice.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall have been celebrating Britain's heatwave with a trip to the seaside.
Charles and Camilla started their annual summer tour of Devon and Cornwall in the popular tourist town of Bude.
Hundreds people lined the streets of the town to greet the royal couple with Union Jacks.
It's the first day of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall's annual summer visit to the West Country.
After spending the morning in Bude, Camilla was given a tour of the Little Harbour children's hospice in Porthpean near St Austell. The royal couple head to Lostwithiel later.