Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla

Britain's Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall visited Jamie Oliver's restaurant in Cornwall yesterday (16.07.14).

The royal couple were on the last day of their official tour of the West Country of England when they made short stop at the Watergate Bay branch of his Fifteen restaurants.

The first in line to the throne, 65, and his wife Camilla, 66, arrived by car and were greeted by a row of happy chefs - who are taking part in Jamie Oliver's apprentice programme - waiting in the eatery.

Young people taking part in the programme - which gives unemployed people the chance to train with chefs at different Fifteen branches - spoke to Charles and Camilla about healthy eating and the skills they'd learnt so far, while also presenting them with snacks they had prepared for the occasion.

The pair also met with local traders and Charles - who is a keen supporter of home-grown produce - appeared very impressed with their collections of fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and more.

Following on from the visit, Charles and Camilla continued with the food theme by making a trip to the Camel Valley vineyard near Bodmin, where Camilla was gifted with a six-litre bottle of sparkling rosé wine ahead of her birthday today (17.07.14).