Prince Charles And Duchess Camilla Make History As They Go Where No Royal Has Ever Gone Before

Date March 25, 2019

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla have already visited Barbados, and before leaving the country and flying to Cuba, the couple decided to visit a church.

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They attended the Sunday morning service at St. Michael's Cathedral in Bridgetown, looking indeed elegant and stylish.

Visit to Cuba

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla literally made a history by becoming the first royal couple to visit Cuba. This step will launch a new chapter in the relations with the communist country.

The couple arrived in Havana and have already visited the wreath-laying ceremony for Cuba's national hero. Shortly after, the royals are expected to join the country's president for an official dinner.

During this week the royal couple will be accompanied by the Commonwealth minister Lord Ahmad, who is going to act as the representative of the UK government.

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People keep admiring Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla’s hard work. The royal couple is going to visit six countries and have more than fifty engagements during their 12-day tour.

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla indeed made history by becoming the first members of the royal family to visit Cuba.

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