Prince Charles visits injured soldiers
Prince Charles has been meeting injured soldiers at the new Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham.
His Royal Highness also spoke to a team of staff and volunteers who have just completed an endurance challenge of 3,850 miles on treamills and exercise bikes for injured troops and their families.
That's the same distance as from the hospital to Camp Bastion in Afghanistan.
Sergeant Rehabilitation Instructor Lee Cubbage got to chat to HRH" I thought it was fantastic, and it's nice that gets round to meet eveyone"
"He just said to me how's it going and I just said I could do with a mud bath to relax ...but he didn't ask me to go for a drink or anything later on though".
Prince Charles also got to meet CEO of the Hospital Julie Moore.
While the Duke of Cornwall visited the hospital, the Duchess, Camilla visted the Botanical Gardens in Birmingham, and his father Prince Philip was also in the city as he officially opened the new Edgbaston Cricket Ground. He saw a group of youngsters from across the country play a tournament at the new £32M complex which can now seat 25,000 spectators.