The Duke and The Duchess of Cornwall were in Mevagissey to learn about the town’s resurgence following recent flooding and meet with local community groups and businesses. It was the start of a three-day visit to Cornwall and Devon for Prince Charles and Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, They visited Mevagissey this morning, where they met locals, businesses and organisations such as the coastguard. During their tour of the fishing village, Prince Charles even had the opportunity to enjoy a glass of rum, while on his way to speak to local schoolchildren. The royal couple then headed to Boscastle for a celebration with the National Trust and day one of the tour will be rounded off with a stop at a popular location that will not be revealed until the royal couple get there. Another high-profile visit - on day two - will be to the Ginsters factory to join a garden party celebrating its 50th anniversary.