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8 February 2012, 13:03 | Updated: 8 February 2012, 14:32
Prince Charles and his wife The Duchess of Cornwall are spending the day in Cambridge.
The Prince of Wales is attending a conference at Madingley Hall.
His Royal Highness is meeting teachers attending The Prince's Teaching Institute's Schools Leadership Day.
The institute is an independent educational charity set up by the Prince of Wales.
The charity is celebrating its tenth anniversary.
Meanwhile, The Duchess of Cornwall is visiting Addenbrooke's Hospital.
Camilla will meet children with diabetes at the Cambridge Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Facility.
Her Royal Highness will also meet researchers working on developing an artificial pancreas and preventing type 1 diabetes and its complications.
The Duchess will then move on to meet staff and residents at the homeless charity Emmaus in Landbeach.
Her Royal Highness is a patron of the organisation.
Simon Grainge, Community Director of Emmaus Cambridge, said: "We are very honoured that Her Royal Highness is coming to visit us at Emmaus Cambridge.
It means so much to us to have her support."