King Charles III (74) and Queen Camilla (76) looked back on their three-day trip to France with an Instagram clip. “Many thanks to everyone in Paris and Bordeaux who welcomed us so warmly and kindly during our first state visit to France,” they wrote about the video, which summarizes their various program points and experiences.

“Over the past three days, we have celebrated so many elements of our special and essential partnership – from sustainability to education, from hospitality to sport,” it continued. The couple added in French: “We hope to see you all again soon.”

At the end of the trip to France, Charles and Camilla visited a well-known winery in Martillac near Bordeaux, which is known for its sustainable approaches to wine production. “The King and Queen tasted a special wine made at the winery in 2005, the year of their majesties’ wedding, before meeting the resident alpaca Cauda,” another Instagram post said about the latest one Program point. They had previously been greeted with enthusiastic cheers in Bordeaux and took a ride on an electric tram, as a social media post also shows.

The British royals were on a state visit to France from September 20th. The trip was originally scheduled to take place in March, but was postponed due to political unrest in France. On the first day, the royal couple laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier together with French President Emmanuel Macron (45) and his wife Brigitte (70).

Macron and King Charles then drove in a convoy along the Champs Élysées, which was decorated with flags, before heading to the state banquet. On the second day, Charles III held. a speech in the French Senate. The monarch used the historic moment in front of the assembled upper house of the French Parliament to swear an oath of loyalty.