The Fresh prince of Cahir! Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall admire local organic produce at a farmers market in County Tipperary as their Ireland tour continues
- Prince Charles, 73 and Duchess of Cornwall visited a farmers’ market in Cahir
- Couple chatted with County Tipperary producers on day two of visit to Ireland
- Camilla, 74, donned a stylish green coat for her outing with husband Charles
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have started the second day of their visit of Ireland with a tour of a local farmers’ market.
Prince Charles, 73, observed how the local produce of County Tipperary stacks up against his Duchy organic food, as he and his wife toured the market in sunny Cahir.
Camilla, 74, gave a masterclass in diplomatic dressing in a deep green coat she wore over a matching forest green dress.
The royals sampled some of the cheese, jams and cakes on offer, gearing up for the last day of their Irish tour which will be filled with activities around the county.
The Prince of Wales, 73, and the Duchess of Cornwall, 74, have started the second day of their visit of Ireland with a tour of a local farmers’ market in Cahir in County Tipperary
After their tour of the castle, the coupe waved at the fans who were enthusiastically waiting for them
The Duchess of Cornwall and local councillor Mary Murphy sampled some of the local ice-cream at the market
The sun shine brightly on Cahir as Charles and Camilla debuted the day at the market.
They took the time to marvel at what producers had on show at each stall, hearing more about their holdings and the way they crafted their produce.
Charles, who was wearing a smart light grey suit with a white skirt, light pastel pink tie and a grey pocket square spoke warmly with each of the farmers who were present.
He particularly marvelled at a collection of honey jars one producer had for sale, and put on an animated display as he walked from one stall to the other.
He was particularly interested in a collection of organic honey one of the farmers was selling at the market
Camilla, 74, gave a masterclass in diplomatic dressing in a deep green coat she wore over a matching forest green dress as she hopped from stall to stall
The Prince of Wales seemed keen to find out how the food of Tipperary compared to his Duchy’s produce in Cornwall
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cornwall, donned an elegant forest green coat, over a straight dress of a matching colour, which she wore with a stylish cream blouse.
The ruffles of the shirt’s collar poked playfully from under her dress as she greeted the farmers at the market.
Camilla also adorned her coat with a Claddagh brooch pinned on her lapel.
Charles and Camilla chatted with the enthusiastic farmers and locals who greeted them at thre market this morning
The Prince of Wales put on an animated display at the market today, while sweet-toothed Camilla, right, took a deep interest in a cake stand
The Duchess of Cornwall seemed deeply invested in her conversation with an engaging owner of the bakery stand
After hearing about the sauce this producer was selling, an enthusiastic Charles shook hands with him
As usual, her blonde locks were neatly styled in an impeccable blow-dry, highlighted by the sunbeam bathing Cahir in light.
She sported glamourous everyday make-up, with bronzer bringing colour to her cheeks and mascara and eyeshadow enhancing her blue eyes.
The Duchess was treated to some cakes from a local baker selling at the market.
Later on, the couple moved on to meeting royal fans who were waving the Irish flag as well the Ukrainian flag in support of the Ukrainian people.
Among the crowd, Charles spotted a very enthusiastic fan who happened to be celebrating her 97th birthday and warmly congratulated her on her milestone.
Crowds of schoolchildren and royal fans waving Irish flags had come to meet the royals this morning
Some of the children were also waving Ukrainian flag in support of the conflict unfolding in Ukraine
A royal fan celebrating her 97th birthday caught the attention of the Prince who warmly congratulated her
The fan gave the royal a large smile as he gently shook her hand as her glowing family looked on
The Prince of Wales was treated to a performance of Irish music by local musicians. After learning to play the Bodhran during his visit to an Irish Cultural Centre in London two weeks ago, he put his lesson to good use and got involved on the fun
He expressed his birthday wishes for her as he kindly put his hands on her.
Meanwhile, star-struck schoolgirls in green uniforms patiently waited to offer beautiful flowers to the Duchess of Cornwall as she past them by.
The Prince of Wales was treated to a performance of Irish music by local musicians. After learning to play the Bodhran during his visit to an Irish Cultural Centre in London two weeks ago, he put his lesson to good use and got involved on the fun.
He marked the rhythm with the bodhran while County Tipperary Councillor Marie Murphy looked on.
A true virtuoso! Charles marked the rhythm with the bodhran while County Tipperary Councillor Marie Murphy looked on
The heir-to-the-throne seemed in high spirit during his visit and exchanged a big laugh with one of the locals
Performers Marie Cullen O’Dwyer and Simon O’Dwyer play iron age trumpets ahead of Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall visiting the Rock of Cashel today
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall took a walk around Cahir Castle during their whirlwind visit
The couple visited the Cahir Castle and took a moment to admire the view from the top of its stairs
The 74-year-old wore a light grey suit with a white shirt and light pink tie for today’s series of engagement in County Tipperary
Cahir Castle is one of the largest castles in Ireland, and overlooks a river, a beautiful sight the couple could not miss
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