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A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales at the World Jewish Relief Dinner

30th January 2017

Ladies and Gentlemen, I cannot tell you how deeply touched I was to be asked and how proud I am to join you this evening for my first event as the new – and rather amateur! – Patron of World Jewish Relief.  As many of you may know, however, my relationship with this marvellous organization…

HRH The Prince of Wales presents 'Thought for the Day' on BBC Radio 4

22nd December 2016

In London recently I met a Jesuit priest from Syria.  He gave me a graphic account of what life is like for those Christians he was forced to leave behind.  He told me of mass kidnappings in parts of Syria and Iraq and how he feared that Christians will be driven en masse out of lands described…

A speech by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall at The Sovereign's Parade, Sandhurst

16th December 2016

Ladies and Gentlemen,We stand today at a place born of service, on a day born of pride and before representatives of an Army born of strength and who can deny that we will require these attributes in the coming years?  This parade marks the handing of the baton to the next generation, to those…

A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales at the Style for Soldiers Christmas Reunion Party

14th December 2016

I cannot tell you how much I admire the incredibly important work undertaken by Style for Soldiers, nor how grateful we should all be to Emma and her associates for all they do in helping injured military personnel in the difficult transition back to civilian life.When visiting wounded service people…

A speech by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall at the Woman's Hour 70th Anniversary Reception

13th December 2016

Ladies and the occasional Gentleman, I'm delighted to be here, in such eminent company, to celebrate 70 glorious years of 'Woman's Hour'.  As someone who celebrates (although I'm not sure 'celebrate' is quite the right word!) her own 70th birthday next year, I'm astounded that so much has been…