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Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall: best moments from their tour

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Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall showed off their playful side, smiling and laughing as they handled the wildlife at the Orokonui Ecosanctuary.

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The royals received a warm welcome from New Zealand with crowds of well-wishers swamping the couple.

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Fans were so eager to see the royal couple they hung out of windows to get the best views.

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One eager fan managed to steal a kiss from Prince Charles.

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Prince Charles was all smiles as he greeted well-wishers on his 67th birthday. In honour of the occassion he was treated to a lavish red velvet cake at a celebratory barbecue.

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Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall donned traditional kiwi feather coats to watch Maori warriors perform the haka.

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Charles paid his respects to the current and former military personnel as he placed a poppy on the Roll of Honour at the Australian War Memorial.

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Prince Charles was met with a traditional hongi greeting as he attended a tea party in Brooklands park with the Duchess of Cornwall.

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Whilst on a truffle hunting trip The Duchess of Cornwall was given a stuffed toy version of the hunting dog, Samson, which she used to play with a young fan.

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Whilst visiting the State Library to learn about the Learning English Through Stories programme, the Duchess was given flowers by a two year old Elizabeth Colquhoun.

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