A plaque has been unveiled at Theatr Brycheiniog during King Charles III and Queen Camilla's historic visit to Brecon today.
Their Majesties carried out a full day of engagements in Brecon - their first visit to Wales since May's Coronation.
During their second engagement of the day, at Theatr Brycheiniog, the royal couple were invited to unveil a plaque to mark the visit.
It comes a quarter of a century after His Majesty opened the theatre as Prince of Wales in 1997.
First Minister Mark Drakeford addressed the crowd ahead of the unveiling.
"The theme of every group you have met is service - service to the community in so many different ways," said the First Minister.
Turning to the crowd he said: "Thank you to you all. Thank you for what you do for Brecon, for Powys and of course, for Wales."
The commentator's curse soon struck after the First Minister mentioned the "slightly daunting moment" where a plaque needed to be unveiled.
As everyone's attention turned towards to the plaque in question, a gust of wind unveiled it for everyone to see. The mishap provoked a hearty laugh among both the crowd and the royal couple themselves.
The plaque's curtain was quickly replaced before it was formally removed again by Their Majesties.
The plaque reads: "To mark the visit of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla. Theatr Brycheiniog. 20 July 2023."