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Prince Charles and Camilla appeared in excellent spirits when arriving at London’s Tate Britain this afternoon. 

Earlier in the day, the Prince of Wales, 73, visited Holy Trinity Brompton at St Luke’s Church to learn of the work the organisation is doing to support refugees and asylum seekers.

The heir to the throne met Ukrainian Andriy Kopylash and his daughter Veronika Kopylash, who escaped Ukraine, when speaking with service users during his visit.

Following his attendance at the Holy Trinity Brompton, Charles joined his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, 74, for a tour of Tate Britain, to view an exhibition going on display to mark the Queen‘s Platinum Jubilee.

Prince Charles and Camilla (pictured) appeared in excellent spirits when arriving at London's Tate Britain this afternoon

Prince Charles and Camilla (pictured) appeared in excellent spirits when arriving at London's Tate Britain this afternoon

Prince Charles and Camilla (pictured) appeared in excellent spirits when arriving at London’s Tate Britain this afternoon

Earlier in the day, the Prince of Wales, 73, visited Holy Trinity Brompton at St Luke's Church. The heir to the throne met Ukrainian Andriy Kopylash and his daughter Veronika Kopylash (pictured together)

Earlier in the day, the Prince of Wales, 73, visited Holy Trinity Brompton at St Luke's Church. The heir to the throne met Ukrainian Andriy Kopylash and his daughter Veronika Kopylash (pictured together)

Earlier in the day, the Prince of Wales, 73, visited Holy Trinity Brompton at St Luke’s Church. The heir to the throne met Ukrainian Andriy Kopylash and his daughter Veronika Kopylash (pictured together)

The royal (pictured) visited the church to learn of the work the organisation is doing to support refugees and asylum seekers

The royal (pictured) visited the church to learn of the work the organisation is doing to support refugees and asylum seekers

The royal (pictured) visited the church to learn of the work the organisation is doing to support refugees and asylum seekers

The royal couple viewed the exhibition of photographer Nigel Henderson’s archive photographs of street parties from the 1953 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. 

They are being presented by Tate Britain as part of the celebration for Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee.

Looking effortlessly elegant, Camilla opted for a black dress with a white collar detail when attending the occasion.

Charles appeared equally sophisticated in a navy pinstriped suit, with a lilac tie and check pocket square.

Following his attendance at the Holy Trinity Brompton, Charles joined his wife (pictured together), the Duchess of Cornwall, 74, for a tour of Tate Britain, to view an exhibition going on display to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Following his attendance at the Holy Trinity Brompton, Charles joined his wife (pictured together), the Duchess of Cornwall, 74, for a tour of Tate Britain, to view an exhibition going on display to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Following his attendance at the Holy Trinity Brompton, Charles joined his wife (pictured together), the Duchess of Cornwall, 74, for a tour of Tate Britain, to view an exhibition going on display to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

The royal couple (pictured) viewed the exhibition of photographer Nigel Henderson's archive photographs of street parties from the 1953 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II

The royal couple (pictured) viewed the exhibition of photographer Nigel Henderson's archive photographs of street parties from the 1953 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II

The royal couple (pictured) viewed the exhibition of photographer Nigel Henderson’s archive photographs of street parties from the 1953 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II

The royal couple are presented with a book of work by Sir Steve McQueen as they visit Tate Britain (pictured)

The royal couple are presented with a book of work by Sir Steve McQueen as they visit Tate Britain (pictured)

The royal couple are presented with a book of work by Sir Steve McQueen as they visit Tate Britain (pictured)

Looking effortlessly elegant, Camilla opted for a black dress with a white collar detail when attending the occasion

Looking effortlessly elegant, Camilla opted for a black dress with a white collar detail when attending the occasion

Camilla outside Tate Britain

Camilla outside Tate Britain

Looking effortlessly elegant, Camilla (pictured) opted for a black dress with a white collar detail when attending the occasion

It’s already been a busy week for the heir to the throne, with Charles yesterday on hand to present medals to soldiers following their deployment to Iraq.

The Prince of Wales put on a dapper display in a suit, long-line coat and striped tie when visiting the Combermere Barracks in Windsor.

Charles, who has been Colonel of the Welsh Guards since 1975, greeted soldiers from the Prince of Wales Company.

Charles (pictured left) appeared equally sophisticated in a navy pinstriped suit, with a lilac tie and check pocket square

Charles (pictured left) appeared equally sophisticated in a navy pinstriped suit, with a lilac tie and check pocket square

Charles (pictured left) appeared equally sophisticated in a navy pinstriped suit, with a lilac tie and check pocket square

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall walk through the Turner gallery as they visit Tate Britain

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall walk through the Turner gallery as they visit Tate Britain

The royal couple during their visit

The royal couple during their visit

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall walk through the Turner gallery as they visit Tate Britain

The Prince of Wales meets David A Bailey MBE, co-curator of Life Between Islands exhibition

The Prince of Wales meets David A Bailey MBE, co-curator of Life Between Islands exhibition

The Prince of Wales meets David A Bailey MBE, co-curator of Life Between Islands exhibition

The Prince of Wales gave a speech during his visit to Tate Britain alongside wife Camilla

The Prince of Wales gave a speech during his visit to Tate Britain alongside wife Camilla

The Prince of Wales gave a speech during his visit to Tate Britain alongside wife Camilla

The heir to the throne inspected the members while presenting Operation SHADER medals to them. 

Operation SHADER is the UK’s contribution to the US-led anti Daesh (Islamic State) mission. 

Medals are handed to personnel following training missions in Iraq as well as pilots targeting jihadists in the region.

Beaming! Prince Charles was all smiles when chatting to people at St Luke's Church, in London

Beaming! Prince Charles was all smiles when chatting to people at St Luke's Church, in London

Prince Charles when chatting to people at St Luke's Church, in London

Prince Charles when chatting to people at St Luke's Church, in London

Beaming! Prince Charles was all smiles when chatting to people at St Luke’s Church, in London

The Prince of Wales receives a gift during a visit to St Luke's Church, Earl's Court, west London, to learn about the work of Holy Trinity Brompton

The Prince of Wales receives a gift during a visit to St Luke's Church, Earl's Court, west London, to learn about the work of Holy Trinity Brompton

The Prince of Wales receives a gift during a visit to St Luke’s Church, Earl’s Court, west London, to learn about the work of Holy Trinity Brompton

The Prince of Wales meets refugees during a visit to St Luke's Church, Earl's Court, London

The Prince of Wales meets refugees during a visit to St Luke's Church, Earl's Court, London

The Prince of Wales meets refugees during a visit to St Luke’s Church, Earl’s Court, London

The Prince of Wales speaks during a visit to learn more about Holy Trinity Brompton's work

The Prince of Wales speaks during a visit to learn more about Holy Trinity Brompton's work

The Prince of Wales speaks during a visit to learn more about Holy Trinity Brompton’s work

Prince Charles meets refugees at the community cafe as he visits Holy Trinity Brompton

Prince Charles meets refugees at the community cafe as he visits Holy Trinity Brompton

Prince Charles meets refugees at the community cafe as he visits Holy Trinity Brompton

It's already been a busy week for the heir to the throne, with Charles (pictured) yesterday on hand to present medals to soldiers following their deployment to Iraq

It's already been a busy week for the heir to the throne, with Charles (pictured) yesterday on hand to present medals to soldiers following their deployment to Iraq

It’s already been a busy week for the heir to the throne, with Charles (pictured) yesterday on hand to present medals to soldiers following their deployment to Iraq

Source: DailyMail

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