His Royal Highness Prince Harry of Wales arrived at the Getty Images Gallery in London this evening to attendthe opening of the exhibition, Sentebale: Stories of Hope, by well-known royal photographer, Mr. Chris Jackson.
During the opening the prince was asked about his new nephew, His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge, to which he replied, “It’s fantastic to have another addition to the family…”
Last week His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco accompanied by several officials from the Chambre de Développement Economique de Monaco met with a “…delegation of German entrepreneurs from the Bundesverband Mittelständische Wirtschaft…” at the Hotel Hermitage in Monaco. The purpose of the meeting was to “…develop stronger business ties between the two countries…”
In other news, the sovereign prince sent his message of condolence this afternoon to Their Majesties King Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia of Spain upon hearing the news of train derailment that killed 40 people and injured hundreds near Santiago de Compostela, Spain late yesterday afternoon.
And, finally, last evening Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene attended Diner aux Chandelles organized by the Monaco de Mairie.
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales arrived in Kemble, Gloucestershire this morning — a hop, skip, and a jump from his home known as Highgrove — to open the new garden at the Kemble Railway Station.
According to the newspaper, Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard, the garden space was “…redesigned by staff and students from the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester and Dobbies garden centre.”
A young guest attending this morning’s opening couldn’t help but to ask about his new grandson, His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge. The prince smiled and replied, “…It was a great moment…it’s fun to be a grandfather!”
The Prince of Wales also congratulated the students and staff from Royal Agricultural University for a job well done, and despite his busy schedule this week the prince noted that he “…wouldn’t have missed it [the opening] for anything.”