The Duke of Edinburgh has been celebrating business on the Isle of Wight during an official visit.
On Monday (13 August), he visited the County Club in St James' Square and met members of the Isle of Wight Chamber of Commerce, Tourism and Industry at a private luncheon.
His Royal Highness then travelled to Newport-based family firm, AJ Wells and Sons which is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
He was given a tour of the factory where Charnwood stoves and vitreous enamel signage are manufactured, and was introduced to staff, apprentices and members of the Wells family involved in the business.
The Duke of Edinburgh was invited to unveil a plaque to commemorate the visit and presented with a bottle of 'Slow Burner' ale, produced locally to celebrate the company’s 40th anniversary.
He joked that it 'wouldn't last long' as he was presented with the ale, which was produced by Yates' Brewery.