Royals in visits to HIV charity and food fair
Prince Harry has followed in the footsteps of his late mother by dropping in on a charity helping those living with HIV.
During a day-long series of engagements in Leicester, Harry chatted to service users, volunteers and trustees at the Leicestershire Aids Support Service (LASS).
After being shown photographs of the visit by Diana, Princess of Wales, to LASS in 1991, Harry unveiled a plaque paying tribute to its work over the past 30 years.
Meanwhile, The Prince of Wales was given a taste of the finest Lancashire produce in the county's "food capital".
Charles was treated to a preview of the wares on offer at this summer's Clitheroe Food Festival, which attracts thousands of food lovers to the town in the heart of the picturesque Ribble Valley.