Prince Charles and Camilla host an evening of music and drama at their Welsh home

Prince Charles was joined by his wife Camilla as they hosted an evening of music and drama at their Welsh home on Tuesday evening. 

The royal, 70, who is patron of The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, looked smart in a pinstriped suit as he met with performers at their official Welsh residence; Llwynywermod in Llandovery. 

Meanwhile, Camilla looked stylish in a pale blue jacket and completed her look with a silver necklace and pearl-drop earrings.  

It will feature performances by Wynne Evans, as well as students and musicians, and the newly-appointed official harpist to the prince. 

Camilla (pictured) meets performers during a musical evening hosted at The Prince and The Duchess official Welsh residence; Llwynywermod in Llandovery on Tuesday

Camilla (pictured) meets performers during a musical evening hosted at The Prince and The Duchess official Welsh residence; Llwynywermod in Llandovery on Tuesday

Camilla (pictured) meets performers during a musical evening hosted at The Prince and The Duchess official Welsh residence; Llwynywermod in Llandovery on Tuesday

Prince Charles, 70, who is patron of The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, looked smart in a pinstriped suit as he engaged in conversation

Prince Charles, 70, who is patron of The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, looked smart in a pinstriped suit as he engaged in conversation

Prince Charles, 70, who is patron of The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, looked smart in a pinstriped suit as he engaged in conversation

The royal couple took their seats and enjoyed performances during the musical evening at their official Welsh residence

The royal couple took their seats and enjoyed performances during the musical evening at their official Welsh residence

The royal couple took their seats and enjoyed performances during the musical evening at their official Welsh residence

Prince Charles' visit to Wales marks 50 years since his investiture as Prince of Wales, the royal couple hosted an intimate gathering at their Welsh home

Prince Charles' visit to Wales marks 50 years since his investiture as Prince of Wales, the royal couple hosted an intimate gathering at their Welsh home

Prince Charles’ visit to Wales marks 50 years since his investiture as Prince of Wales, the royal couple hosted an intimate gathering at their Welsh home

The Duchess of Cornwall appeared in good spirits as she spoke to Alis Huws (pictured right), the new Official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales

The Duchess of Cornwall appeared in good spirits as she spoke to Alis Huws (pictured right), the new Official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales

The Duchess of Cornwall appeared in good spirits as she spoke to Alis Huws (pictured right), the new Official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales

Welsh tenor Wynne Evans was among the musicians who took time to entertain the royals at their residence in Llwynywermod

Welsh tenor Wynne Evans was among the musicians who took time to entertain the royals at their residence in Llwynywermod

Welsh tenor Wynne Evans was among the musicians who took time to entertain the royals at their residence in Llwynywermod

During his visit, Charles presented Alis Huws, new Official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales, with the Royal Harpist’s brooch, before speaking with Welsh harpist Elinor Bennett. 

Earlier in the day, he visited the South Wales Police Headquarters solo as he continued to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his investiture as the Prince of Wales.

As he arrived at the headquarters, he was greeted by officers who showed him around and even gave him a taster of life at the HQ. He tried on a headset and seemed intrigued as a listened in on one of the calls.

Yesterday was the 50th anniversary of his investiture as the Prince of Wales – and he marked the occasion by sharing 50 photos from his time in the role. 

Attendees of the musical evening at The Prince and The Duchess official Welsh residence were treated to live singing

Attendees of the musical evening at The Prince and The Duchess official Welsh residence were treated to live singing

Attendees of the musical evening at The Prince and The Duchess official Welsh residence were treated to live singing

Performers at the musical event hosted at The Prince and The Duchess official Welsh residence in Llwynywermod were greeted by Prince Charles

Performers at the musical event hosted at The Prince and The Duchess official Welsh residence in Llwynywermod were greeted by Prince Charles

Performers at the musical event hosted at The Prince and The Duchess official Welsh residence in Llwynywermod were greeted by Prince Charles

The Duchess Of Cornwall looked stylish in a pale blue dress teamed with a silver necklace, as she admired the props involved in the musical presentation

The Duchess Of Cornwall looked stylish in a pale blue dress teamed with a silver necklace, as she admired the props involved in the musical presentation

The Duchess Of Cornwall looked stylish in a pale blue dress teamed with a silver necklace, as she admired the props involved in the musical presentation 

Prince Charles presented Alis Huws (pictured right) who is the new Official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales with the Royal Harpist's brooch

Prince Charles presented Alis Huws (pictured right) who is the new Official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales with the Royal Harpist's brooch

Prince Charles presented Alis Huws (pictured right) who is the new Official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales with the Royal Harpist’s brooch

Prince Charles is spending another day in Wales, as he continues to celebrates the 50th anniversary of his investiture as the Prince of Wales. Today he visited the South Wales Police Headquarters and walked with a policeman

Prince Charles is spending another day in Wales, as he continues to celebrates the 50th anniversary of his investiture as the Prince of Wales. Today he visited the South Wales Police Headquarters and walked with a policeman

Prince Charles is spending another day in Wales, as he continues to celebrates the 50th anniversary of his investiture as the Prince of Wales. Today he visited the South Wales Police Headquarters and walked with a policeman

As he arrived at the headquarters he was greeted by officers who showed him round and he tried on a headset and seemed intrigued as a listened in on one of the calls

As he arrived at the headquarters he was greeted by officers who showed him round and he tried on a headset and seemed intrigued as a listened in on one of the calls

As he arrived at the headquarters he was greeted by officers who showed him round and he tried on a headset and seemed intrigued as a listened in on one of the calls

Today he went on to meet staff from different units and even greeted well wishers which stood outside, hoping to get a glimpse of him. 

He is spending the week with the Duchess of Cornwall, touring Wales, as they carry out more than 20 engagements over five days. 

Later on, Charles, who wore a pink tie with his suit, posed with policeman and their dogs at the headquarters.

He also unveiled a plaque to mark the offices 50th anniversary and spoke to Chief Constable Matt Jukes during the visit.

Yesterday marked 50 years - a golden jubilee was created the Prince of Wales by the Queen when he was just nine years old on July 26 1958

Yesterday marked 50 years - a golden jubilee was created the Prince of Wales by the Queen when he was just nine years old on July 26 1958

Yesterday marked 50 years – a golden jubilee was created the Prince of Wales by the Queen when he was just nine years old on July 26 1958

The Prince of Wales meets and jokes with officers during a visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters to celebrate their 50th anniversary and meet officers from various units

The Prince of Wales meets and jokes with officers during a visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters to celebrate their 50th anniversary and meet officers from various units

The Prince of Wales meets and jokes with officers during a visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters to celebrate their 50th anniversary and meet officers from various units

Charles, 70, donned a blue pinstriped suit today to visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters to also celebrate their 50th anniversary and meet officers from various units

Charles, 70, donned a blue pinstriped suit today to visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters to also celebrate their 50th anniversary and meet officers from various units

Charles, 70, donned a blue pinstriped suit today to visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters to also celebrate their 50th anniversary and meet officers from various units

Charles looks deep in conversation as he meets police officers today at the police HQ in Wales

Charles looks deep in conversation as he meets police officers today at the police HQ in Wales

Charles looks deep in conversation as he meets police officers today at the police HQ in Wales

Prince Charles poses with some of the members of South Wales Police and their dogs today

Prince Charles poses with some of the members of South Wales Police and their dogs today

Prince Charles poses with some of the members of South Wales Police and their dogs today 

The prince also visited the Royal Glamorgan Hospital to officially launch the Royal College of Nursing Prince of Wales Nursing Cadet Scheme.

Charles, the longest-serving holder of the title in history, was created the Prince of Wales by the Queen when he was just nine years old on July 26 1958.

He was formally invested with the title by his mother 11 years later on July 1, 1969 at Caernarfon Castle in north Wales at the age of 20.

Yesterday marked 50 years – a golden jubilee – since the grand spectacle was staged amid great pomp and ceremony, and a series of vintage photos to mark the historic anniversary were shared on the Prince of Wales’ official website and the Clarence House Instagram account.

Starting his tour of the country yesterday he also visited the Prince’s Trust call centre at Nantgarw, near Cardiff, south Wales yesterday and Ty’n-y-Coed Forest to meet horse loggers working in the Llantrisant woodland. 

Charles then went on to make a solo visit to Cardiff, where he attended a memorial service to mark the sixtieth anniversary of the Welsh Cavalry.

Prince Charles is gifted with a presented with a plaque as he speaks with Chief Constable Matt Jukes during a visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters

Prince Charles is gifted with a presented with a plaque as he speaks with Chief Constable Matt Jukes during a visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters

Prince Charles is gifted with a presented with a plaque as he speaks with Chief Constable Matt Jukes during a visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters

The Prince of Wales even greeted well wishers which stood outside, hoping to get a glimpse of him

The Prince of Wales even greeted well wishers which stood outside, hoping to get a glimpse of him

The Prince of Wales even greeted well wishers which stood outside, hoping to get a glimpse of him

The Prince of Wales unveils a plaque during a visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters to celebrate their 50th anniversary and meet officers from various units

The Prince of Wales unveils a plaque during a visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters to celebrate their 50th anniversary and meet officers from various units

The Prince of Wales unveils a plaque during a visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters to celebrate their 50th anniversary and meet officers from various units

Charles, the longest-serving holder of the title in history, was created the Prince of Wales by the Queen when he was just nine years old on July 26 1958

Charles, the longest-serving holder of the title in history, was created the Prince of Wales by the Queen when he was just nine years old on July 26 1958

Charles, the longest-serving holder of the title in history, was created the Prince of Wales by the Queen when he was just nine years old on July 26 1958

The Prince of Wales is introduced by Chief Constable Matt Jukes during a visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters

The Prince of Wales is introduced by Chief Constable Matt Jukes during a visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters

The Prince of Wales is introduced by Chief Constable Matt Jukes during a visit to the South Wales Police Headquarters

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