The couple looked lovingly at each other as they visited places of worship belonging to the Christian, Muslim, Chinese and Hindu communities in the Penang capital George Town as they celebrated the Malaysian city's diverse residents Prince Charles has thanked a British diver who has helped protect the wreck of a Second World War ship bearing his name from 'awful' looters.The Prince, on a visit to RAF Butterworth in Penang, said his work in quietly preventing the ship, which is Crown property, being stripped for scrap metal was 'marvellous' and 'so appreciated'.He hit achievements some only dream of before he was even in high school, including a teaching job at the age of 12 and the chance to choreograph for world famous singer Britney Spears when he was only 16.He went on to choreograph Britney's tour performances, her HBO special, and some of her most famous videos. In 2007, Wade Robson won an Emmy award for his choreography on the ever-popular TV show As hip hop continues to win new followers as a hot dance form, additional dancers may make their way to the top of the list.Young and vibrant, Wade Robson rocks the under-30 scene when it comes to hip hop dance.Originally from Australia, Wade moved to the United States with his family when he was nine to pursue his dreams of entertaining.Earlier in the day the couple visited St George's Church, the oldest Anglican Church in South East Asia, a Muslim mosque where they met leaders and planted a tree, a Teochew Chinese Temple where they watched a colourful lion dance.The visit was intended to show the religious diversity of Malaysia, showing how different faiths can live in peace and prosperity.
Camilla also happily took the starring role in an impromptu shadow puppet show, as she showed off her skills in a short play.Camilla visited the Teochew Puppet and Opera House, where she posed with two of the elaborately costumed performers.Unique to the state of Penang, Teochew puppetry and opera came to Malaysia from the Teochew people, who emigrated from China in the 19th century The 800m road known as the Street of Harmony, reflects the migrant communities which moved to Penang during the British Administration when it was a bustling trading port.Later Camilla visited the Teochew Puppet and Opera House, where she posed with two of the elaborately costumed performers.Unique to the state of Penang, Teochew puppetry and opera came to Malaysia from the Teochew people, who emigrated from China in the 19th century.The Prince, a diver and former president of the British Sub-Aqua Club, thanked volunteers and the military, telling them he appreciated their work 'trying to keep these awful people away'.'I can't thank you enough for your fantastic work,' he said. The Prince of Wales sits for a group photo with members of the Royal Malaysian Air Force and Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force and Navy, during a visit to Royal Malaysia Armed Forces Butterworth base in Penang, Malaysia Greeted by Ling Goh, founder and director of museum, and assistant director Chai Lin, the Duchess posed for a photograph with the ladies in traditional dress.