Someone needs a Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club hairband! Camilla braves the wind as she celebrates Beatles' 50th anniversary
16:37 GMT, 4 April 2012
The Duchess of Cornwall struggled with elements today as she toured Liverpool's award-winning Beatles Story attraction.
During the visit, Camilla suffered a hair-raising moment as her blonde locks flew up above her head.
But the Duchess remained in high spirits, recalling Beatlemania as she unveiled a plaque to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Fab Four.
Hair-raising: The Duchess of Cornwall lets loose at the Beatles Story attraction in Liverpool
Camilla reminisced about the 'screaming fans' as she watched a short performance by a Beatles tribute band during a trip down memory lane in Liverpool.
The Duchess was greeted at the attraction by a crowd waving Union Jack flags and by a member of staff dressed in a Sgt Pepper costume.
In the Cavern area of the attraction the Duchess watched a short performance by tribute band The Mersey Beatles before moving on to the discovery zone, where she met pupils from Liverpool's St Vincent De Paul primary school.
The Duchess recalled Beatlemania as she unveiled a plaque to commemorate the 50th
anniversary of the creation of the Fab Four
Camilla's own Beatles memories came flooding back when she visited the Beatlemania exhibit
Her own Beatles memories came flooding back when she visited the Beatlemania exhibit, adding: 'Yes, I remember all the screaming fans. I remember it well.'
The visit concluded with the unveiling of the 50th anniversary plaque specially commissioned for the occasion.
Jerry Goldman, managing director of the Beatles Story, said: 'It is a great honour to offer Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall a warm welcome as she visits the birthplace of The Beatles during our wonderful 50th anniversary celebration year.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery: The Duchess watched a short performance by tribute band The Mersey Beatles
'We hope that she will gain a lot of pleasure from visiting the exhibition and finding out even more about the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band.'
Later, Camilla met members of the Young Mums, Young Dads and Young Mums to Be groups during a visit to the Teenage Pregnancy Peer Mentoring Programme at the Tranmere Community Project, Tranmere Methodist Church, Wirral.
She was accompanied by MP Frank Field before moving on to meet clients and staff during a visit to the Wirral Credit Union to mark its 20th anniversary.
In her final engagement of the day Camilla met members of The Friends of Reynolds Park in Woolton and officially open the new Diamond Jubilee Gates. The gates were provided by The Friends of Reynolds Park after one was stolen last year.
Camilla shares a joke with some fans who gathered to greet her
The Duchess of Cornwall officially opens the Diamond Jubilee Gates in Reynolds Park