PRINCE Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall are set to visit an iconic Irish castle as their Irish trip enters its third day.
The four day visit to the island of Ireland is the third by Prince Charles and the Duchess to Ireland in three years.
The first day of the visit saw the royal couple host a musical reception at Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland and visit the Seamus Heaney Home in Magherafelt.
The Prince of Wales and and Duchess of Cornwall also met with President Higgins yesterday, May 10, during their visit to Áras an Uachtáran.
During the visit, they signed the Visitors' Book, visited the Peace Bell meet with a group of young people who excelled in sport, art, music, science, agriculture and advocacy.
As their trip to Ireland enters its third day, the royal pair will first visit the Kilkenny Castle, where they'll watch a demonstration of hurling, traditional music and Irish dancing as well as a tour of the castle.
Prince Charles will then visit the Irish Defence Forces base and UN Training School at the Curragh Camp in Co Kildare, while Camilla will attend a stallion parade at the Irish National Stud and a visit to the Japanese Gardens outside Kildare town.