On their final day in Germany, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall carried out two engagements in Munich.
Camilla paid a solo visit to IMMA, which is an organisation that supports vulnerable girls and women in Munich.
Camilla met with the joint CEOs of IMMA before meeting with a group of girls and young women who were preparing food for a reception. She also met with young women who have been supported by IMMA, and with counsellors to learn how the organisation offers support.
Her Royal Highness then joined a reception with IMMA’s supporters and stakeholders to learn more about the organisation.
“IMMA operates a women’s shelter and provides live-in accommodation groups giving ongoing support,” per Clarence House. “One of the live-in groups specialises in vulnerable female refugees and is the first of its kind in Bavaria.”
Prince Charles and Camilla then undertook their final engagement in Germany, with a visit to Herrmannsdorfer Organic Farm, where they learned about its operations.
Prince Charles arrived first and was given a tour of the beehives to learn about the farm’s organic bee farming practices, and its honey and wax production.
The Prince also visited the chicken, cow and sheep cohabitation space and learned how the farm uses cohabitation and symbiotic organic farming practices; then visited the brewery and the bakery, along with the biogas facility.
The Duchess then joined her husband after arriving from the IMMA visit, and the royal couple took part in a pretzel-making workshop with children who attend the kindergarten on the farm. They then visited the farmers market on site to learn about the farm’s local produce.
Per Clarence House, the farm was opened in 1986 “with the principle of prioritising craftspeople over machines in an increasingly modernised industry. Today the farm is 100% organic and sells its produce locally and in the centre of Munich.”
After their visit to the farm, Prince Charles and Camilla departed Germany and returned to the UK.