Prince Charles enjoys pint of Guinness at Irish Cultural Centre
Camilla and Prince Charles made royal history by becoming today the first members of the Firm to visit Cookstown, a small town in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. There, they were welcomed by hundreds of royal fans and schoolchildren waving the Union Jack.
The Duchess of Cornwall appeared in good health and high spirits as she stopped speaking with some of the well-wishers.
The first stop of the whirlwind tour saw Camilla and Charles visiting Superstars Cafe, a centre helping to train and provide employment for 20 young people with learning difficulties.
There, the future King and Queen Consort met staff, volunteers and trainees and were shown some of the work carried out by the youngsters.
Moreover, Charles and Camilla were quick to jump on a twin bike at the centre, leaving bystanders amused.
Camilla and Prince Charles hopped on a twin bike during their visit to Northern Ireland
Camilla quashed health concerns as she joined Prince Charles in a royal tour
The visit to the Cafe ended after the royals unveiled a plaque marking their passing.
Charles and Camilla’s tour on the island of Ireland is one of the four foreign visits being undertaken by senior royals within just a few weeks.
Next month, Princess Anne will head…