Prince Charles draws the boy's broken arm while visiting the farmer's market in New Zealand with Camilla

Prince Charles draws the boy's broken arm while visiting the farmer's market in New Zealand with Camilla

  • Duke and Duchess of Cornwall at Lincoln Farmers and Crafts Market, Christchurch, as part of an eight-day tour
  • Charles signed his name on the boy's bandage; The name of Camilla is also visible, above which was a sketch of the Union Flag
  • The royal couple also met a number of community groups, including the Lincoln Boys and Girl Scouts
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Prince Charles today timed out during a tour of a New Zealand farmer's market to draw the plaster print of a boy who had injured his forearm.

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall visited the Lincoln Farmers and Crafts Market in Christchurch as part of their official eight-day tour of the country.

Charles, 71, signed his name on the young person's red bandage, which he underlined – while Camilla & # 39; s name was also visible, above which was a sketch of the Union Flag.

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Prince Charles timed out today during a tour of a farmers' market in Christchurch, New Zealand, to draw the plaster print of a boy who had injured his forearm

Prince Charles timed out today during a tour of a farmers' market in Christchurch, New Zealand, to draw the plaster print of a boy who had injured his forearm

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Crafts Market as part of their official eight-day tour of the country

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Crafts Market as part of their official eight-day tour of the country

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Crafts Market as part of their official eight-day tour of the country

Charles signed his name on the connection of the younger and Camilla & # 39; s name was also visible - above which was a sketch of the Union Flag

Charles signed his name on the connection of the younger and Camilla & # 39; s name was also visible - above which was a sketch of the Union Flag

Charles signed his name on the connection of the younger and Camilla & # 39; s name was also visible – above which was a sketch of the Union Flag

The royal couple seemed impressed by the vegetables shown. The purpose of the market is to encourage the local population to think about buying products that are produced locally

The royal couple seemed impressed by the vegetables shown. The purpose of the market is to encourage the local population to think about buying products that are produced locally

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The royal couple seemed impressed by the vegetables shown. The purpose of the market is to encourage the local population to think about buying products that are produced locally

The royal couple also met Bing Dawe, a prominent local artist who made a bird sculpture on location entitled & # 39; Piwakawaka-Fantail & # 39; as well as owners of the local Tai Tapu sculpture garden.

Charles and Camilla, 72, then met a number of community groups, including Lincoln Boys and Girl Scouts and Lincoln Primary School.

The farmers' market is a friendly community market that prides itself on supporting local people who produce quality products and handmade crafts, and is run on a voluntary basis.

The tour marks the Duke and Duchess's third joint visit to New Zealand and their first in four years.

For the occasion, Camilla wore a duck egg blue dress - and made a new four-legged friend during her walk
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For the occasion, Camilla wore a duck egg blue dress - and made a new four-legged friend during her walk

For the occasion, Camilla wore a duck egg blue dress – and made a new four-legged friend during her walk

The duke and duchess also wondered about the types of cheese offered, while talking to another stable owner

The duke and duchess also wondered about the types of cheese offered, while talking to another stable owner

The duke and duchess also wondered about the types of cheese offered, while talking to another stable owner

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