Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall sure have a busy schedule!
This week, the two were spotted out and about at various events.
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"Thank you to everyone who welcomed The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall to Kent today! It was fantastic day visiting a range of charities and organisations across the county, and meeting the people behind them," a caption read via Instagram. "Swipe ⬅️ to see some of the highlights, which includes:🤝Meeting community groups on the Isle of Sheppey, who are supported by Sheppey Matters. 🐶 Touring @Battersea's Brand Hatch Centre, which provides a calmer environment for the cats and dogs struggling to cope in London. 🚢."
"Seeing some of @dockyard.chatham's incredible collection ahead of the 2022 season. 📚Reading some Dickens to local school children after opening the 'Making of Dickens' exhibiton at the Guildhall Museum. 🗣Chatting to Osama, who uses his experience as a Syrian refugee to be an Ambassador for @kentrefugeeactionnetwork. ✈️ Meeting the men behind the Medway Aircraft Preservation Society (@maps.ltd) who restore aircraft for public display," the note continued.
Cutting the ribbon! Camilla, who dressed in a green jacket, was seen partaking in a pivotal moment.
The duo have been incredibly busy over the past week. The day earlier, they were spotted in Chinatown, where they celebrated the Chinese New Year.
"As communities around the world welcome in the Year of the Tiger, today The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Chinatown in London to celebrate the #LunarNewYear," a message began via Instagram.
"Their Royal Highnesses were greeted by dancing lions and music before visiting some of the fantastic businesses located in this busy area of the city," the message continued. "The Prince joined a meeting with members of the local community and representatives from the police to hear about the impact of hate crime towards the Chinese and wider East and South-East Asian Communities, and what is being done to combat it. Meanwhile, The Duchess visited The Chinese Information and Advice Centre where HRH met with police officers, immigration case workers and clients."