Britain's Prince Charles and wife Camilla rubbed noses in a traditional Maori greeting in New Zealand Sunday, kicking off the final leg of a Pacific tour to mark Queen Elizabeth II's diamond jubilee.
Prince Charles (C) and his wife Camilla (R) join New Zealand PM John Key (L) during Armistice Day commemorations at the Auckland War Memorial on November 11. The royal couple arrived in New Zealand on the last leg of their tour marking Queen Elizabeth II's diamond jubilee.
After travelling to Papua New Guinea and Australia, the royal couple touched down in Auckland late Saturday for a trip that will take in everything from whimsical hobbit feet to the devastation of earthquake-hit Christchurch.
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