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The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are in Norfolk visiting the annual Sandringham Flower Show.
Now in its 132nd year, more than 20,000 visitors are expected throughout the day.
The Prince of Wales was in Cambridge today - meeting schoolchildren, and students from more than 70 different nations.
The Prince, who graduated from Trinity College in 1970, is patron of two trusts which help scholars from all over the world take up places at Cambridge University.
This year, more than 1,000 are benefiting, including the first indigenous Australian to study at Cambridge
A 22-year-old man who went missing in Thailand has been found safe and well. Tom Armstrong from Kelsale in Suffolk was due to fly home on January 8 but did not board his flight.
He had not been in touch with his family since and his disappearance sparked an international hunt.
His father, Kingsley Armstrong, flew out to Thailand earlier this month to help the local authorities search for his son.
Suffolk police have now confirmed that Tom has been found alive and well.
ITV News Anglia's Elodie Harper is reporting on the visit of Prince Chales to Cambridge today and has sent this series of pictures.
Prince Charles went to Trinity College in Cambridge and is patron of the Cambridge Overseas Trust, which helps deserving students from overseas to study at Cambridge University.
The Prince of Wales is visiting Cambridge today.
His Royal Highness will meet students from more than 70 nations around the world at a reception at the Fitzwilliam Museum.
Prince Charles, who went to Trinity College, is patron of the
Cambridge Overseas Trust, which helps deserving students from overseas to study at Cambridge University.