The Duke of Edinburgh helped to raise thousands of pounds for two charities at a dinner in Lynn.
Prince Philip was among 80 people who enjoyed the King John Cup dinner at Lynn Town Hall on Friday evening.
West Norfolk mayor Geoffrey Wareham and the High Sheriff of Norfolk, Henry Cator, organised the event, which raised around £10,000 to be split between their chosen charities, West Norfolk Young Carers and Nourishing Norfolk.
Last year Lynn News readers raised £14,000 for the young carers.
During the event, the Duke spent about 10 minutes chatting to Ashley Doak, who looks after his mum Tracey.
The 16-year-old Springwood High School pupil was accompanied by youth leader Jackie Haverson.
She said: “Ashley is a very responsible young man who has been through a lot.
“Ashley was very composed and the Duke asked him about school.”
The mayor’s cadets welcomed the Duke before Divertimenti, a string quintet made-up of pupils from Springwood High School, entertained the guests during a champagne reception.
Sea cadets piped guests through to the supper, which was served by staff and students from the College of West Anglia.
Guests enjoyed a smoked haddock and prawn roulade, Holkham venison and caramelised apples.
The Duke was seen singing along as the Bishop of Lynn, the Rt Rev Jonathan Meyrick, sang the Tom Jones hit Deliliah and the Hippopotamus song.
The King John Cup, which dates back to medieval times, was also on display during the event.
West Norfolk mayor Mr Wareham said: “It went brilliantly and I am pleased with the amount of money raised.”
Meanwhile, more than 100 people saw the Queen and Duke attend church at Sandringham on Sunday morning.
The Royal couple, who are believed to have returned to London yesterday, attended a 45-minute service. The Queen travelled in a limousine while the Duke walked to church.
The Duke of Edinburgh is welcomed to the King John Cup dinner at Lynn Town Hall by the Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk, Richard Jewson. MLNF13AM02104
The Queen leaving the Sunday morning service at the Church of St Mary Magdalene
The Duke of Edinburgh walking to the church on the Sandringham estate.