Britain's Prince William joined Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein on Monday for a tour of the archaeological site of Jerash, north of the capital of Jordan.
The two royals were welcomed by representatives from UNICEF and traditional bagpipers as they toured the site.
A group of young children from the Makani Centre, a free education and support programme for Syrian refugee and local Jordanian children, eagerly posed for photographs with the princes.
Jordan is the first stop for the Prince who is on a five-day visit to the Middle East. His next stop will be a visit to Israel and the Palestinian Territories.
Prince William will become the first British royal to pay an official visit to Israel and the Palestinian Territories, 70 years after British forces withdrew from the Holy Land, leaving behind the divisions that remain to this day.