THE King was a hit with heavy metal rockers as he ended his three-day visit to Germany.
He shook hands with members of Lord of the Lost — who will represent Germany in this year’s Eurovision song contest.
The band played for the monarch and hundreds of guests at a reception in Hamburg.
The King, 74, and Queen Consort, 75, had been greeted by thousands of royal fans in the city after arriving from Berlin.
One man sitting on his friend’s shoulders waved a sign which read ‘We love Britain’ while others shouted ‘God save the King’.
Camilla revealed her artistic talent with a sketch of children’s book character The Gruffalo.
She and Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler read passages of the book to school pupils — before she drew the beast.
The Queen Consort then signed her work Camilla R and left it with the delighted class.
But Charles also later confessed he was a “frustrated old man”.