Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall
The Prince of Wales addresses a remembrance ceremony at the German parliament.
The prince followed the German tradition of symbolically tidying the wreath ribbons, at the ceremony in Berlin.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall praised health workers in the Duchy saying they are a "shining example" of what should be done to help the community.
The royal couple visited St Austell Healthcare and the Institute for Social Prescribing, where patients are linked with community services to help boost their well-being.Copyright: BBCCopyright: BBC
The Prince of Wales and his wife Camilla were told about the work staff had done during the coronavirus pandemic.
“What we’re witnessing is a whole community working together to help each other," he said.
“It’s a shining example of what is possible and what we should continue to strive to do."
The Duchess of Cornwall and Dame Judi Dench share their experiences of the past few months.
By Helen Thomas
BBC Radio 5 Live
The Duchess of Cornwall says she "can't wait to hug her grandchildren" after only seeing them on internet calls and at a social distance since the start of lockdown in the UK.
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live's Emma Barnett, Camilla said missing her grandchildren was "the worst" and she had needed to resist her instinct to give them a hug when she saw them for the first time in more than three months.
She also talked about her husband Prince Charles' recovery from Covid-19, saying he has "nearly" recovered his loss of taste and smell.
The duchess, who is guest-editing Emma's show from 10:00 BST today, also discussed her concerns about the scale of domestic abuse in the UK during lockdown.
The Duchess of Cornwall has said the “worst bit” of lockdown has been not seeing her children and grandchildren.
His visit marks the 80th anniversary of a famous wartime broadcast by Charles de Gaulle.
Prince Charles led the country in a two-minute silence from Balmoral war memorial.