By Burak Bir
LONDON (AA) - Britain's King Charles III and Queen Camilla visited Northern Ireland, their first visit out of England since the coronation on May 6.
The couple’s two-day official visit that began on Wednesday continued with meetings with communities in Enniskillen and Armagh.
"In Armagh, The King is visiting St Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral, where His Majesty will meet representatives from the Church of Ireland, the Roman Catholic Church, the Presbyterian Church, the Methodist Church and the Irish Council of Churches," according to a statement by Royal Communications.
They also met representatives from across the community, voluntary and heritage sectors in Fermanagh at Enniskillen Castle.
Charles' last visit to Northern Ireland took place September last year, less than a week after the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II.
Charles ascended the throne on Sept. 8, 2022, following the death of his long-serving mother Queen Elizabeth II.
On May 6, in the country's first coronation service in nearly 70 years, he was crowned along with Queen Camilla at Westminster Abbey, the site of coronations in Britain since 1066 – nearly a millennium ago.