In pictures: Charles and Camilla lay wreath in poignant VE Day tribute

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have taken part in a moving ceremony in France to mark 73 years since the end of the Second World War in Europe.

Charles and Camilla travelled to Lyon, where they were joined by hundreds of guests at Parc Tete d'Or.

Charles lays a wreath during VE Day commemorations (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Charles lays a wreath during VE Day commemorations (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Charles and Camilla sign a commemoration book during their visit to Parc Tete d'Or (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Charles and Camilla sign a commemoration book during their visit to Parc Tete d'Or (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Charles met veterans who took part in the ceremony (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Charles met veterans who took part in the ceremony (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Charles was introduced to the guests at the event (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Charles was introduced to the guests at the event (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Royal visit to France and Greece - Day Two
Charles and Camilla are carrying out a five-day tour of France and Greece (Andrew Matthews/PA)
The Duchess of Cornwall met Troupes De Montagne (Andrew Matthews/PA)
The Duchess of Cornwall met Troupes De Montagne (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Charles met French Second World War veterans (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Charles met French Second World War veterans (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Camilla met some of the guests at the VE Day Commemorations (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Camilla met some of the guests at the VE Day Commemorations (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Charles with French interior minister Gerard Collomb (Andrew Matthews/PA)PA)
Charles with French interior minister Gerard Collomb (Andrew Matthews/PA)
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