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Prince Charles pays an 'amazing' first visit to TK Maxx

There was an unusual shopper strolling the aisles of a TK Maxx in Tooting yesterday when Prince Charles made a visit to the budget retailer. The Prince of Wales was there to meet young workers who had taken part in The Prince’s Trust “Get Into Retail” programme. The course provides specialist training and roles to young people, many of whom stay on as employees in TK Maxx…
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Royals gather to commemorate 75th anniversary of liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau

Royals from all over Europe gathered yesterday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland, on Holocaust Remembrance Day. Those in attendance were the Duchess of Cornwall, King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of the Belgians, Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, King Willem-Alexander and…
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The Prince of Wales meets Greta Thunberg at World Economic Forum

The Prince of Wales met with environmental campaigner Greta Thunberg on Wednesday at the World Economic Forum in Davos. As photographers snapped pictures of their meeting, Thunberg said, “I guess you’re very used to this.” Prince Charles replied, “Very true. It’s taken me years to get used to this.” “I’m still not used to it,” she said. 🎥 More from The Prince…
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The Duchess of Cornwall backs literacy campaign: "Spending time together with a book is much more than just learning to read"

The Duchess of Cornwall has written an article for The Sun on the importance of literacy and encouraging children to read in conjunction with their campaign called ‘Books for Schools.’ Literacy has been a cornerstone of Camilla’s royal work, and her passion shines throughout the article. She talks of her father, saying that “I was very lucky to have a father who read to us when we were…
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