In Pictures: Royal couple enjoy traditional greetings at tribal meeting ground

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall received a traditional welcome when they visited a tribal meeting ground during their visit to New Zealand.

Royal visit to New Zealand
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visited Tuahiwi Marae, a tribal meeting ground on the South Island of New Zealand (Chris Jackson/PA)
Royal visit to New Zealand
Camilla spoke to children during a literacy event at Turanga Library (Victoria Jones/PA)
Royal visit to New Zealand
The royal couple received a traditional welcome in Tuahiwi Marae (Victoria Jones/PA)
Royal visit to New Zealand
Prime Minister Jacinda Ahern accompanied the couple to Cashmere High School to meet victims of the Christchurch mosque shooting (Tim Rooke/PA/PA)
Royal visit to New Zealand
The Prince of Wales receives a Hongi, a traditional Maori greeting during his visit to Tuahiwi Marae (Chris Jackson/PA)
Royal visit to New Zealand
Charles wore a traditional cape at Tuahiwi Marae (Chris Jackson/PA)
Royal visit to New Zealand
The Prince of Wales and prime minister Jacinda Ardern during a visit to Christchurch Cathedral (Chris Jackson/PA)
Royal visit to New Zealand
The Duchess of Cornwall takes part in a cooking class with the ‘The Cooks’ senior chefs during an active elderly engagement at the Salvation Army Centre in Christchurch (Chris Jackson/PA)
Royal visit to New Zealand – Day Six
Charles meets the public – and a wannabe Gandalf? – during a visit to Christchurch Cathedral (Arthur Edwards/The Sun/PA)
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