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11 Mar
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.
5 Apr 2020
Prince Charles opens a new 4,000-bed temporary hospital in a conference centre in east London, the first of several being built in Britain to deal with the coronavirus outbreak. Speaking via video link, the prince hails the hospital as offering "an intensely practical message of hope".
25 Mar 2020
The heir to the British throne, Prince Charles, has tested positive for coronavirus. The royal family confirmed it on Wednesday. Charles, the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth, is 71 years old.
30 Oct 2019
He might have lost faith in the prospect of ever becoming king, but Prince Charles will never lose faith in the double-breasted suit. DW's sultan of style Gerhard Elfers gives us his take on one of royalty's best-dressed men.
6 Oct 2019
Britain's Prince Charles and Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands took part in a ceremony to remember the failed WWII mission. September 1944 saw Operation Market Garden drop nearly 35,000 paratroopers behind enemy lines.
11 May 2019
The prince and his wife Camilla have ended their four-day tour with a visit to an organic farm outside Munich. They enjoyed seeing animals and making pretzels at the farm.
21 Mar 2019
Britain’s Prince Charles met with Lionel Richie on Tuesday, as the singer was named global ambassador of the Prince’s Trust International.
14 Nov 2018
A 41-gun salute was held to mark the 70th birthday of Britain's Prince Charles in London on Wednesday.
8 Nov 2018
Britain's Prince Charles says: I won't meddle when I am king.
7 Nov 2018
Buhari Receives British Royal family, Prince Charles, wife, daughter.
19 May 2018
On the eve of the Royal Wedding, the eyes of the globe are on the UK town of Windsor. While some businesses are capitalising on the country's biggest event of the year, authorities are trying to keep the homeless hidden from view. Meanwhile, Prince Charles will walk Meghan down the aisle, but - it seems - she's trying to stay true to her feminist beliefs.
27 Nov 2017
Britain's Prince Charles announced in a statement on Monday that his son, Prince Harry, is engaged to U.S. actress Meghan Markle.

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