A warm welcome awaited Charles and Camilla as they touched down in Copenhagen.
Denmark's Crown Prince Fredrik and Crown Princess Mary were ready to greet them on the runway - and the Prince of Wales certainly seemed happy to see at least one of them.
After stepping off the plane, the 63-year-old royal planted his lips on the hand of the glamorous Danish princess, 40, holding her gaze as he did so.
Enchante: Prince Charles greets Denmark's Crown Princess Mary with a kiss on the hand at Copenhagen's Kastrup Airport on Saturday
On the tarmac next to them, meanwhile, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Fredrik opted for a more reserved handshake.
Cultural events will be high on the agenda for the final leg of the couple's visit to Scandinavia.
They arrived in Copenhagen's Kastrup Airport after trips to Norway and Sweden.
After they were greeted by the Danish royals, it was time for their first official engagement - a service of Holy Communion at St Alban's Anglican Church.
Warm welcome: Camilla greets Princess Mary with a peck on the cheek as Charles and Prince Fredrik look on
Be our guests: Princess Mary, 40, welcomes the Duchess of Cornwall before official engagements begin. The royal couple are on a Diamond Jubilee tour of Scandinavia that takes in Norway, Sweden and Denmark
Today, they will see a Hamlet workshop taking place at Kronborg Castle in Elsinore, where the play is set.
The following day's visit is set to be a highlight for Camilla, as she is taken onto the set of The Killing, one of her favourite television programmes.
She will meet Sophie Grabol, who plays Sarah Lund in the popular Danish crime drama, before meeting other members of the cast and crew.
Jubilee visit: Charles and Camilla meet World War Two veterans as they arrive for Holy Communion at St. Alban's Anglican Church in Copenhagen
Other engagements include a wreath-laying ceremony at Denmark's National Memorial, where Charles and Camilla will meet Afghan veterans and their families, a trip to a low carbon power station for the Prince and to a medical research centre, where the Duchess will learn about clinical trials being undertaken to help osteoporosis sufferers.
An official dinner is being hosted for them tomorrow night by Queen Margrethe and Prince Consort Henrik.
The eight-day tour of Scandinavia is the couple's first overseas trip of the Diamond Jubilee year.
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