Prince Charles has arrived in Enniskillen for a garden party hosted by Secretary of State Karen Bradley.
The Prince of Wales is in Northern Ireland as part of a three-day visit, accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall. The royal couple visited Wicklow at the beginning of the week before heading to Northern Ireland.
The garden party is being held at the National Trust's Castle Coole in Enniskillen, marking the first time the annual event has not taken place at Hillsborough Castle.
It is being attended by 1,000 guests, made up of council members from both sides of the border and representatives from cross-border bodies.
Among the 1,000 guests attending are PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton, representatives from local councils in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland and members of cross-border bodies.
DUP leader Arlene Foster was also among the guests who welcomed Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall to party at the castle in her home county Fermanagh.
A protest by victims of historical institutional abuse took place outside Castle Coole, in response to Karen Bradley's handling of a proposed compensation scheme for abuse survivors.
Margaret McGuckin of pressure group SAVIA claimed the Northern Ireland Secretary had passed the buck for the delay in compensation and blamed the civil service.
"Many of our people are at death's door and so many have passed away," she said.
"Thirty people have died in this past two-and-a-half years.
"We wished we had never started this, this is 11 years of campaigning, two-and-a-half years after the Hart Inquiry findings where we were vindicated.
"It has all fell flat, nobody is getting anything, no support, we are all supporting each other and it is a disgrace on this Government that they are not doing anything."