TRHs The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall Visit Lostwithiel (VIDEOS)

ccTheir Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall completed their three-day summer tour of Devon and Cornwall with a visit to the lovely town of Lostwithiel this morning.

Today, the royal couple toured of the newly renovated Lostwithiel Stannary Palace also known as the Duchy Palace.  During their visit the prince and the duchess met with “…those involved in the £1 million restoration of the palace as well as toured the building…” according to Clarence House.  After their tour the royal couple unveiled a new plaque marking their visit to the Duchy Palace.

The Duchess of Cornwall also visited the Lostwithiel Drill Hall where she met with “…representatives of three of Her Royal Highness’s charities: the Cornwall Air Ambulance, Shelterbox and the Cornwall Community Foundation, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year…” according to the newspaper This is Cornwall.

The highlight of the day for The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall was a visit to the Lostwithiel Parade Square where they met with locals and officials. Whilst in the town square the Lostwithiel Town Band played “Happy Birthday” in celebration of The Duchess of Cornwall’s 66th birthday.

And, that’s it!   🙂

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