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A speech by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall at the Man Booker Prize 2017

17th October 2017

Is it a sign of age, because it seems like only yesterday that I was at the Guildhall for the 2016 Man Booker Prize – but here we are again to celebrate yet another great feast of literature. It is always a little daunting to address such eminent literary company – but I am heartened by the…

A speech by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall at the Women of the Year Lunch, London

16th October 2017

Ladies and…more ladies.  It is such a great pleasure to be here with you for today's Women of the Year Lunch.  I think last attended this lunch in 2002 – and I rather hope that it won't be another 15 years before I am back here again! Now, "Women of the Year" was founded in 1955,…

A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales for the Our Ocean Conference, Malta

5th October 2017

Prime Minister, Your Serene Highness, Commissioner Vella, Commissioner Mogherini, Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, I was enormously touched and flattered to have been asked by Commissioner Vella and the Prime Minister to be with you here today at the 2017 Our Ocean Summit and finally able to…

A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales for the 75th Anniversary Commemoration of Malta receiving the George Cross

4th October 2017

Prime Minister, Ladies and Gentlemen, It is with immense pride and the greatest admiration for the inhabitants of these islands that I join you today in commemorating the extraordinary heroism displayed by the people of Malta some seventy-five years ago. These remarkable islands, with…

Address given by HRH The Prince of Wales at the Passchendaele Service at Tyne Cot Cemetery

31st July 2017

One hundred years ago today the Third Battle of Ypres began.  At ten to four in the morning, less than five miles from here, thousands of men drawn from across Britain, France and the Commonwealth attacked German lines.  The battle we know today as Passchendaele would last for over one hundred…