During the trip, the Prince of Wales visited the grave of his late grandmother Princess Alice as well as many of the holy Christian and Muslim sites.
The Prince, in Jerusalem for the World Holocaust Forum, also noted that his grandmother Princess Alice is buried at the Mount of Olives.
UK Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis accompanies prince
Seemingly just like that, visits by members of the royal family have come from something that Israel yearned for as a sign of international legitimacy.
Next week, Jenrick will travel to Jerusalem together with Prince Charles to attend the Holocaust ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
He will be the most senior British royal to pay an official visit to Israel and the Palestinian Territories.
Philip was taken to hospital as a precaution for treatment of an existing condition, Buckingham Palace said last week.
For first time will undertake engagements in Israel on behalf of British government.
The prince, who has now taken over many of his mother’s duties, was previously in Israel in September 2016 for the funeral of Shimon Peres, and before that in 1995 for the funeral of Yitzhak Rabin.
Prince Charles described the links between the British monarchy and the country's Jewish community, which he described as something special.