Prince Charles And Camilla Arrive
Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall arrive at Whenuapai, Auckland, New Zealand to start off their tour of the country.
At The Mt Roskill War Memorial
During the first full day of the tour Prince Charles and Camilla attended a wreath laying ceremony at Mt Roskill in Auckland.
The Niue Memorial recognizes 150 Niueans who lost their lives in WW1.
Hugs For Camilla
The Duchess of Cornwall gets a hug from a sweet little girl while at the Mt Roskill War Memorial Park.
Wesley Community Centre
The couple pose with youth at the Wesley Community Centre.
The centre was opened in 2003 after a group of teenagers made a plea to have a place to go in their community.
It wouldn't be a royal tour with Charles and Camilla without a wine stop.
The two couldn't stop giggling while taking part in a wine tasting at Hunting Lodge Winery in Auckland.
Camilla Gets A Traditional Welcome
Camilla performs the traditional welcome Hongi at Government House in Auckland while watching the a haka.
Emirates Team New Zealand
Charles and Camilla pose for a photo with Emirates Sailing Team New Zealand while in Auckland before Charles took a boat tour of the marina to see the work they are doing to keep the seas clean.
Visiting The Waitangi Treaty Grounds
Kicking off the fourth day of their royal tour of New Zealand, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall visit the Waitangi Treaty Grounds. Prince Charles became the first British royal to visit these grounds in 25 years.
Reception At Government House
Charles and Camila are both dashing in blue while at a reception hosted by the Governor General Patsy Reddy at Government House in Auckland.
The Duchess of Cornwall spends time with students of Kerikeri Primary School as they show her around the vegetable gardens they tend to at school.
Prince Charles wipes away tears of laughter while in Waitangi, New Zealand.
Arriving In Christchurch
Continuing the royal tour of New Zealand, Prince Charles and Camilla meet up with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in Christchurch.
Signatures In New Zealand
During the New Zealand leg of the tour, Charles and Camilla visited the Lincoln Farmers Market where they both took a turn signing a young boy's cast.
A Maori warrior welcomes Prince Charles with a traditional welcome ceremony at Takahanga Marae.
The warrior will perform a routine where he tries to scare off Charles who in return must gain his trust.
Visiting The Solomon Islands
Kicking off his three-day solo tour of the Solomon Islands, Prince Charles meets up with local schoolchildren and residents during a state reception and lunch in Honiara, Guadalcanal Island.