Prince Charles has made a donation to help victims of flooding in Wales.
The British royal put forward money to help families affected by the floods in the West of the country last month, which devastating homes and businesses in Ceredigion, Powys and south Gwynedd.
Royal officials said the Prince was very concerned about the damage the deluge has caused.
A Clarence House spokesman said: "We can confirm the Prince has made a donation to an appeal fund set up by the leader of Ceredigion Council, which will assist those affected by June's flooding."
While it has not been revealed how much the prince donated, palace sources described it as "a generous and kind gesture."
The donation comes as the Prince is due to visit the country this week with his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, for their annual summer tour.
The tour starts today (09.07.12) when they visit RAF Valley in Anglesey, north Wales, where Charles' son Prince William, has been training as a search and rescue (SAR) pilot.
William will greet his father, then show him one of the Sea King helicopters he captains during SAR missions, as well as the SAR operations centre. Charles will also meet his son's colleagues and have a private briefing from Station Commander Group Captain Adrian Hill.