Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla were serenaded by prison inmates in County Down in Northern Ireland.
The royal couple are currently on a four-day trip, which kicked off in Northern Ireland and they are now in the Republic of Ireland.
A trio from Hydebank Wood College and Women's Prison sang Elvis Presley's 'Jailhouse Rock' outside The Right Key, an enterprise which helps those in the process of recovering from addition, ex-prisoners and those with mental health issues, form them on Wednesday afternoon (10.05.17).
Some 25 singers and six musicians put on a mini concert for the royals.
Charles and Camilla met President Michael D Higgins and his wife, Sabina, at Áras an Uachtaráin in Dublin earlier in the day.
The 68-year-old royal and his wife signed the visitors' book at the home of the President.
The President and Sabina then hosted the British royals at a private dinner in the evening.
During their trip, Charles and Camilla will also visit Kilkenny at 10.30am on Thursday (11.05.17), where they will see to a number of duties before heading to Kilkenny Castle where they will witness a hurling match and hear live music.
They are expected to leave the area at 2.20pm after a pitstop at Thomastown.
The couple will no doubt be met with crowds of onlookers as they arrive in Kilkenny
as it is "open for business as usual".
However, there will be "no-fly zones"during the visit and drones have also been banned.
There is also expected to be a lot more traffic on the roads due to the royal visit.
On Tuesday (09.05.17), Charles and Camilla watched students perform a play adaptation of Seamus Heaney's play 'The Burial At Thebes' in Bellaghy, Co Londonderry.
Speaking in a speech, Charles said: "So often it is the poets who can find the words which identify the essential beyond the superficial, which reveal the sense beyond the slogan, and which can discover beyond the external things which separate us the humanity we share."
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