On December 3, 2013, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales carried out several engagements in Bedforshire.
The day began with a visit to the newly restored Higgins Bedford Museum. Whilst there he met with “…local watercolor artists, schoolchildren, lacemakers and representatives of the High Street regeneration project…” according to Clarence House.
Thereafter, the prince arrived at St. Paul’s Church in Bedford to attend the Christmas Tree Festival. During the visit the prince met with locals decorating various Christmas trees for the festival.
In the afternoon, The Prince of Wales arrived at the Wheatsheaf Public House to attend a Service of Dedication in Tempsford, Befordshire. After the service the prince unveiled “…a memorial to honor and remember the women who flew out of RAF Tempsford to aid resistance movements in occupied Europe…”
The day ended with a visit to the Jordans Mill where the prince participated in a meeting with “…local business leaders.”
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On Tuesday, December 3, 2013, Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the opening of the Monte-Carlo Munchkins Club (MCM) in Monaco.
According to the official website for MCM the club is:
“…a brand new children’s culture club, for the most formative years in your child’s early life. Our new, beautifully designed, state-of-the-art facilities, is a pace away from the Mediterranean coast, features different play and work areas that are equipped with child-sized tables and chairs, cushions and play stations for working on the floor. Sets of low shelves make toys, tools and materials easily accessible to all age groups.”
On December 3, 2013, Her Royal Highness Princess Benedikte of Denmark attended the 40th anniversary of the Aktivitetscenter Benediktehjemmets (Care and Recreation Benedict Home) in Asminderød, Fredensborg.
During today’s event guests were entertained by the Fredensborg Byorkester (orchestra).
On Tuesday, December 3, 2013, His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan received credentials from six newly appointed ambassadors to Jordan at Al-Hummar Palace in Amman.
Prior to receiving the credentials His Majesty watched as the Royal Jordanian Guard of Honor and the military band played the national anthem of Jordan in the courtyard at the palace according to Petra News.
His Royal Highness Prince Harry of Wales is currently participating in the Walking With the Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge in sunny and warm Antarctica.
Anyway, this afternoon the awesome prince took the time out to “…call the Row 2 Recovery team to wish them luck on their 3,000 mile journey across the Atlantic Ocean in aid of Help for Heroes…” according to the British royal court.