"This Is For Loius." Prince Charles And Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwell Received A Cute Gift From An Irish Girl Adressed To Their Grandson

Date June 14, 2018

Little Northern Irish girl was there for the royals to present a small staffed bunny to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwell. Matilda Callaghan asked the couple to pass the gift to their newborn grandson Louis.

Ireland tour

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwell continue their visit around Ireland. On June 13, the couple paid tribute to the victims of Omagh bombing. Charles and Camilla put the wreaths to the site of remembrance to honor the 29 killed during 1998 bombing.

They also visited the new Omagh Hospital and Community Care Complex opened in the town the previous summer. Despite the rain, a little beaming sunshine appeared from nowhere to cheer everyone up as she closed to the royal couple on the street.


Matilda Callaghan was determined to fulfill her mission. She had a bunny and she knew what to do with it.


She approached Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwell, had the small conversation with the future king and passed the staffed toy to Mrs. Parker Bowles.


She said it was a gift for the couple’s newborn grandson, Louis, born in April.

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Time with kids

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwell spent a lot of time with kids that day.

Their visit to Gortin Community Centre, the service providing more than 30 community groups with different kinds of activities, allowed the couple to find out about the knowledge passed to children via entertainment, including the environmental protection awareness.

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