Today the Prince of Wales made a trip to Afghanistan and anyone carefully watching the Sky News clip of the visit will have spotted him alongside the Conservative candidate for Penrith and the Border, Rory Stewart, who was taking a brief break from campaigning to be there.
As the Prince explains in tomorrow's Sun, apart from meeting British troops in Afghanistan, he wanted to visit the Turquoise Mountain Foundation in Kabul, which was started by Rory Stewart five years ago and of which he is a joint patron with Presidenrt Karzai:
"Rory Stewart has done a fantastic job there and I was so thrilled to get to that, the old historic part of Kabul, and his work there has again been quite remarkable. He's trained so many Afghans, he's removed seven feet of rubbish from the streets, there's full employment in the area, they've restored the buildings, the whole things - educational projects, healthcare, putting in sewage, everything."
Read more about Turquoise Mountain here. Below is the full Sky report on the Prince's visit to Afghanistan.