The Prince of Wales and Duchess Camilla's visit to Malaysia has been celebrated with the release of "three special edition stamps".
The 68-year-old royal and his 70-year-old wife the Duchess of Cornwall are currently travelling around Asia, and in honour of the couple's visit the postal service company in the south east country, named POS Malaysia, have launched stamps, which include one of the pair together, as well as one of Prince Charles on his own, and another of Camilla solo.
The Clarence House Instagram account shared the news by releasing a short video of the trio of stationery pieces.
They captioned the post: "To celebrate Their Royal Highnesses' visit, Pos Malaysia has released three special edition stamps of The Prince and The Duchess.
#RoyalVisitMY #Malaysia #Stamp #StampCollector #StampCollection #ThePrinceOfWales #TheDuchessOfCornwall #Royal #RoyalFamily (sic)."
And the duo have been busy exploring various sites during their trip, including the Sarawak Cultural Village in Kuching, as well as a stop off at the orangutan rehabilitation Semenggoh Wildlife Centre.
An image of Charles and Camilla floating on a raft on the photo-sharing site was captioned: "On day three of #RoyalVisitMY, The Prince and The Duchess started off the day at Sarawak Cultural Village in #Kuching.
Sarawak in #Malaysia is home to indigenous communities that are rich in traditional culture. TRH were greeted with a cultural show before The Prince had a dialogue with tribal heads and The Duchess met women who were showcasing traditional handicrafts.
The visit ended with a raft ride across the lake! (sic)."
Whilst an image of Charles feeding the primate, whilst wearing a suit, read: "In #Kuching today, The Prince of Wales visited the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre to hear about the orangutan rehabilitation project. The wildlife centre was opened in 1975 as a rehabilitation space for injured orangutans or those rescued from captivity. (sic)."
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