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Prince Charles to appear in documentary about Sir Ranulph Fiennes

The Prince of Wales is set to appear in a documentary commemorating the life and explorations of Sir Ranulph Fiennes. The documentary about the intrepid British explorer is called Explorer. As well as Prince Charles, Bear Grylls will also appear in the documentary. The official description for Explorer reads: “Sir Ranulph Fiennes is credited as being the World’s Greatest Living Explorer.
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The origins of the Duchy of Cornwall

England has two royal duchies: the Duchy of Lancaster and the Duchy of Cornwall. The Duchy of Cornwall is the older of the two.  The Duchy of Cornwall is inherited by the eldest son of the monarch at their birth or when their parent succeeds to the throne. It was established on 17 March 1337 by King Edward III for his son, Edward, the Prince of Wales (known as the Black Prince).  The…
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Camilla at 75: The Passions and Patronages of The Duchess of Cornwall

On Sunday, 17 July, the Duchess of Cornwall will celebrate her 75th birthday. Since marrying The Prince of Wales in 2005, she has taken on a robust portfolio of patronages.  Sexual Violence and Domestic Abuse Although it is a difficult topic to speak about, Camilla has prioritised supporting groups and organisations that provide support to victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence. She…
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Camilla praises Prince Philip's 'say less, do more' philosophy at Oldie Lunch

The Duchess of Cornwall might be turning 75 soon, but she encouraged the older generation to remember there’s still “a snap in our celery” at the annual Oldie Lunch in London. Hosted by the Oldie Magazine and Gyles Brandreth at the National Liberal Club, the lunch recognised the contributions of those in their seventies and beyond, and Camilla attended in honour of her…
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