The Prince of Wales got up close and personal with a pair of llamas during his last day in New Zealand, before enjoying the beautiful sights and wildlife of Kaikoura on the South Island. Charles, 71, and Camilla, 72, began the day in Christchurch, visiting the Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market where the royal signed a young boy’s arm cast before the prince took a helicopter north to Kaikoura. The town of around 2,000 people was struck by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake in 2016, and the prince met people who were among the first responders on the evening the tremor struck. Saturday is the prince’s last day in New Zealand before he heads to the Soloman Islands to complete his eight-day tour. He will then fly home to face an expected showdown with brother Prince Andrew over the Epstein scandal. Prince Charles, 71, continued his tour of New Zealand on Saturday by visiting Kaikoura on the South Island, where he was met with a traditional welcome ceremony at Takahanga Marae The heir to the throne also met two well behaved llamas, called Legend and Max, during the trip and appeared to be in good spirits as the animals were arranged for a picture Charles… Read full this story
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