20 July 2012
Last updated at 15:11
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have visited Guernsey as part of a two-day trip to the Bailiwick.
The royal couple attended a youth showcase at Saumarez Park, where Prince Charles took part in the Guernsey Sports Commission's circus skills workshop.
The Guernsey Diamonds cheerleading squad also put on a display at the event.
And the sea cadets demonstrated a "gun-run" drill for the prince.
The Duchess of Cornwall met pupils from the Vale Junior School and Forest Primary School at the youth showcase.
The royal couple were shown around Saumarez Park's Victorian walled kitchen garden where they met members of the Guernsey Botanical Trust.
Later they attended an affirmation of allegiance ceremony at Castle Cornet, which involved local dignitaries and politicians.
The royal couple finished off day one of their tour of the Bailiwick in Herm, where they met the island's tenants and a number of residents.
On the second day of their visit to the Bailiwick, the couple met residents and dignitaries in Sark.
In Alderney, the royal visitors appeared to enjoy a performance by the Alderney Blowers wind band outside the precincts of the Island Hall.
After spending two days visiting the four largest islands of the Bailiwick, Charles and Camilla departed Alderney by helicopter.
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