The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have landed in New Zealand, their first visit in two years.
Prince Charles and Camilla arrived in Wellington on a flight from Singapore. The pair were met by Prime Minister John Key, his wife Bronagh and Wellington mayor Celia Wade-Brown.
Amongst the excitement of the All Blacks’ return after their victorious win, New Zealand’s attention was focussed on the rugby champions, but many still took the time to greet the royals when they landed.
Prince Charles said he is looking forward to his time in Australia and New Zealand after the two countries gave everyone in the UK so much excitement through the Rugby World Cup.