Britain’s Prince Charles out in public as royals in crisis
11 March 2021 | 1:06 pm
Britain's Prince Charles visits a pop-up NHS Covid-19 vaccine clinic at Jesus House church in northwest London as the royal family faces a crisis unseen since the anguished days of Harry's late mother, Diana, in the 1990s.
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