Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla

Britain's Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall needed a magnifying glass to see the presents gifted to them on their tour of Mexico.

Prince Charles and his wife, Duchess Camilla were presented with three miniature artworks by President Enrique Pena Nieto to mark their visit to the Latin American country, and needed the tool to see the intricate designs.

The artform - known as the Tree of Life and made of colourful clay - traditionally depict biblical stories but the artist instead had chosen to construct tiny images of the royal couple and their favourite hobbies and pastimes.

Returning the favour, the heir to the British throne and his wife later presented Mr. Pena Nieto and his other half with plates decorated with plants from his Highgrove garden and two wine coasters.

Earlier in the day, demonstrating his passion for promoting organic produce, Charles visited an island farm and travelled in a flat bottomed boat in which you have to stand rather than sit.

Meanwhile, Camilla met with two survivors of human trafficking at the Fundancion Camino A Casa - The Road Home, which provides shelter and rehabilition for under-age victims of the sex trade - and told them that she was both "humbled and moved" by their experiences.

Later today (04.11.14) the royal couple will visit the stunning Edzna Maya archaeological site, in the town of Campeche, which dates back to the year 400BC.