King Charles has been busy traveling across the UK to attend memorial services ahead of Queen Elizabeth's funeral. He wrapped up his tour with a visit to Wales on Friday.
Charles was, for six decades, the Prince of Wales. He and Queen Consort Camilla were greeted by huge crowds as they made their way to Llandaff Cathedral.
They later visited the Welsh Parliament. King Charles said he feels "immense gratitude" for the privilege of having served the people as their Prince.
Back in London, the line of mourners waiting to pay their respects to the queen just keeps getting longer. Among them was David Beckham, former captain of England's national soccer team.
He said he wanted to celebrate with everyone the life of the Queen and the legacy she has left.
Preparations for the Queen's funeral on Monday are in their final stages. Police say it will be their biggest security operation ever. Royals and heads of state from around the world are flying in for the event.