The Duchess of Cornwall attended a 30th anniversary reception for charity JDRF tonight. The event in Guildhall, London, celebrated 30 years of working towards a cure for diabetes.
Her Royal Highness is President of JDRF, an organisation that works to eradicate type 1 diabetes and the effect it has on people who are living with the condition in the UK.
The charity helps fund world-class research approved and administered by their international research programme to cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes, and gives support to people with type 1 diabetes and their families
Also in attendance at the event was Prime Minister Theresa May, who was herself diagnosed with type 1 diabetes three years ago.
Her Royal Highness thanked The Prime Minister for raising the public profile of the disease by speaking openly about living with it.
Her Royal Highness said: "And although this is a time to look back over the many achievements of the last 30 years, I know that everyone at JDRF is looking forward in the hope that a cure for this devastating disease will be found in the not too distant future."
The Duchess of Cornwall has been President of JDRF since 2012.