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Prince Charles to mark St. David's Day
Mar 1, 2013, 12:02 GMT
Prince Charles and Camilla
Britain's Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall are to attend a St. David's Day service in Cardiff today (01.03.13) as part of celebrations to mark the national day in Wales.
The Prince of Wales and his spouse Camilla will go to the service - which will include an address from the Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan - at St John The Baptist City Parish Church, a 12th Century medieval building believed to be the oldest in the city after Cardiff Castle.
The annual service, hosted by Cardiff's Lord Mayor, will also be attended by guests from sectors including the arts, business, charities and the armed forces.
Charles and Camilla will then visit the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, where the couple will attend a St David's Day concert.
It will include a performance by royal harpist Hannah Stone, a graduate at the college, and former royal harpist Catrin Finch.
And Charles and Camilla are not the only members of the royal family who will be in Wales this weekend.
The prince's mother, Queen Elizabeth, will visit Swansea tomorrow (02.03.13) to present leeks to members of the 3rd Battalion The Royal Welsh.
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