Prince Charles visits Mount Stewart - Day Four

Prince Charles visits Mount Stewart - Day Four

PRINCE Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall are visiting Mount Stewart house and gardens in Co Down on the final day of their Royal visit.

The Prince is president of the National Trust, and their visit marks the completion of a three-year restoration programme supported by local volunteers. 

Earlier today the Royal couple visited the North of Ireland’s oldest peace and reconciliation centre.

The Corrymeela Centre, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, was set up to promote Christian peace-building.

On Thursday, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall,visited a Catholic Church in the north of Belfast that has been at the centre of bitter disputes in relation to loyalist band parades.

The pair also had a private audience with Mr Robinson, Mr McGuinness and Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers at the Royal quarters at Hillsborough Castle.