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

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are on the sixth day of their visit to New Zealand.

The Prince of Wales receives a Hongi, a traditional Maori greeting during his visit to Tuahiwi Marae, a tribal meeting ground on the South Island of New Zealand (Chris Jackson/PA)
The Prince of Wales receives a Hongi, a traditional Maori greeting during his visit to Tuahiwi Marae, a tribal meeting ground on the South Island of New Zealand (Chris Jackson/PA)

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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.

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Charles meets the public – and a wannabe Gandalf? – during a visit to Christchurch Cathedral (Arthur Edwards/The Sun/PA)

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