The Duchess of Cornwall indulged her love of literature when she visited St James Church of England Junior School in Gloucester.

Royal visit to GloucestershireThe Duchess of Cornwall met pupils at St James C of E Junior School in Gloucester (Ben Birchall/PA)
Royal visit to GloucestershireExcited pupils welcomed her to their school which was full of Union flags (Ben Birchall/PA)
Royal visit to GloucestershireCamilla was presented with a posy by Jady Paratudo (Ben Birchall/PA)
Royal visit to GloucestershireThe Duchess of Cornwall, who is patron of Beanstalk, received a welcome letter from Federika Musa Sula and Sienna Gayle (Ben Birchall/PA)
Royal visit to GloucestershireCamilla also signed a Harry Potter book presented to her by Abdul Olaiyan, 10 (Ben Birchall/PA)
Royal visit to GloucestershireThe duchess read a Harry Potter book to pupils (Ben Birchall/PA)
Royal visit to GloucestershireShe also joined in a Beanstalk reading session (Ben Birchall/PA)
Royal visit to GloucestershirePupils drew pictures of the Duchess of Cornwall to mark her visit (Ben Birchall/PA)
Royal visit to GloucestershireSome of the drawings were more lifelike than others (Ben Birchall/PA)
Royal visit to GloucestershireBut Camilla enjoyed looking at the varied display (Ben Birchall/PA)

Later, the duchess went to open the South Western Ambulance Service 999 Control Hub in Bradley Stoke, Bristol.

There she met Henry Coles, nine, from Bristol, who dialled 999 when his mum Bethany Uren, 31, was taken ill (Ben Birchall/PA)There she met Henry Coles, nine, from Bristol, who dialled 999 when his mum Bethany Uren, 31, was taken ill (Ben Birchall/PA)