Muckross House in Kilarney, County Kerry
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, rides a jaunting car while Britain’s Prince Charles enjoys the view with Dr Philip Buckley of the OPW. During their visit to Ireland, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall visited Cork yesterday, and are visiting Kerry today.
“I can have him shot, Sir.”
“He won’t be bothering us again, Sir.”
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin and Sinn Féin’s Mary Lou McDonald and Michelle O’Neill meet Britain’s Prince Charles during his two day visit to Cork and Kerry which concludes today.
English Market, Cork
Quisling fishmonger Pat O’Connell, who met The Queen at her previous visit to the English Market in Cork, 2011 (top), and was subsequently invited to Buckingham Palace in 2014, with Britain’s Prince Charles, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall and Tanaiste SImon Coveney during the visit to Ireland by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
The couple are in Cork today, and will be visiting Kerry tomorrow. Expect possible Healy-Rae action.
Earlier: Was For This?/They Are Among Us
Cork City Hall.
Top pic: Fiona O’Donovan (Red FM)
Leeson Street, Dublin 2
Thanks Bob Coggins
Taoiseach Enda Kenny welcomes Prince Charles at Government Buildings (top) and introduces him to staff from his department (above).
Caption competition, anyone?
Pics: Simon Carswell and Kirsty Blake Knox
Prince Charles has a go at hurling in the grounds of Kilkenny Castle.
Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker-Bowles are currently on a three-day State visit.
Video: Sean Defoe
Previously: To Your Stations
At Áras an Uachtaráin in Phoenix Park, Dublin.
President Michael D Higgins and his wife Sabina Higgins welcome Prince Charles with his wife the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker-Bowles on their three-day state visit.
For the day that’s in it.
Frank O’Dea, of Balla Bán Art Gallery in Westbury Mall, Dublin, writes:
With Prince Charles and Camilla’s arrival to Dublin today, we have decided to mark the occasion with a bit of memorabilia of the man himself in the gallery window – a mug of a younger Prince Charles when he got engaged to Lady Diana. It’s the last of its kind and costs €20.
The inscription reads:
“Whatever beverage brims in this cup
Thank God for PRINCE CHARLES when you pick it up
And as you quaff it, bless that same grand Planner
Who gave him for a bride the fair DIANA.”
Prince Charles and Camilla head south to get a taste of the Áras (The Irish Times)
Donegal Castle, Co Donegal.
The UK’s Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, at a stopover across the border during the couple’s two-day visit to Northern Ireland.
Earlier: Meanwhile, In Donegal
NO, I said Magee!
Charlotte Temple, boss of Magee tweed outfitters shares a joke with with the Royal couple..
Pics via the Department of Foreign Affairs
No foreign games also.
Prince Charles Due In Donegal (RTÉ)