Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall received a warm welcome when they arrived in the coastal village of Garlieston, Wigtownshire today.
The Prince of Wales, 70, and Camilla, 72 – who are known as the Duke of Rothesay when in Scotland – were visiting the Scottish port, which played an important role in preparations for D-Day in 1944, in the testing of the Mulberry Harbours.
The Queen’s son paid tribute to his hosts in a smart red and green kilt, which he paired with a smoran and smart knee socks.
Meanwhile, Camilla similarly opted for tartan in the form of a white checkered dress – and added a grey blazer to complete her look.
The Prince of Wales, 71, and the Duchess of Cornwall (pictured), 72 – who are known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay when in Scotland – visited a Scottish port which played an important role in preparations for D-Day
Camilla (pictured) received a warm welcome as she was greeted by local schoolchildren who lined the streets
The Duchess of Rothesay opted for minimal jewellery for the occasion, adding just a simple silver chain necklace.
Wearing her hair down, she completed her outfit with a pair of monochrome heels and sported a grin as she engaged in conversation with well-wishers.
She was gifted a bouquet of colourful flowers as she was greeted by local children who lined the streets.
Temporary portable structures known as Mulberry Harbours were secretly planned, tested and developed in the village in the lead-up to the events of 1944.
Camilla looked delighted as she was gifted two bouquets of bright flowers from local schoolchildren who lines the streets
The children waved Union Jack flags as they greeted the royals following their arrival. Pictured, Camilla
While in Dumfries and Galloway the pair will also officially open a new visitor centre at the Bladnoch Distillery, which was founded in 1817.
It closed at the beginning of the Second World War and reopened in 1957 before being acquired by Australian businessman David Prior four years ago.
Camilla will also visit Moat Brae House and Gardens in Dumfries, which served as inspiration for JM Barrie’s Peter Pan.
The site also opened in June this year as a visitor attraction and Scotland’s National Centre for Children’s Literature and Storytelling.