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World PHOTO - Prince Charles photographed for the 1st time with a mask, and not just any!

22:10  01 october  2020
22:10  01 october  2020 Source:   allocine.fr

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PHOTO - Le prince Charles photographié pour la 1ère fois avec un masque, et pas n'importe lequel ! © WPA rota / KCS PRESS PHOTO - Prince Charles photographed for the 1st time with a mask, and not just any! This is the new (constraint) trend of 2020! The mask has become a must for going out and even Prince Charles has taken to it.

When charity meets fashion, the result is quite stylish. This Wednesday, September 30, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall went to Northern Ireland for a surprise visit. This outing was intended to pay tribute to the efforts of workers during this coronavirus pandemic. All eyes were then on the princely couple. If Kate Middleton and Prince William are used to attracting all the attention, this time, the grandfather of George, Charlotte, Louis and Archie , caused a sensation by making his very first public appearance in mask .

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Upon arrival at the Ulster Museum, Prince Charles and Camilla got out of their vehicle, masked, but not with any mask. Indeed, the son of Queen Elizabeth II and his wife have opted for protections that wink at a cause that is particularly close to their hearts.

A mask sold for £ 6.5 each

If Prince Charles chose a patterned turquoise blue cotton mask, Camilla, who had been humiliated by Queen Elisabeth II , for her part preferred a colored one green. These masks are sold for £ 6.5 (7.10 euros) on the Turquoise Mountain site which supports artisans in need and the Burmese community as a whole . The site explains, "For every mask sold, we will donate one to vulnerable communities in Yangon." On the official Twitter account of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, snapshots of the making of these masks were shared, stating: "Charity Turquoise Mountain was created by the Prince of Wales in 2006 to protect endangered heritage and to provide training and jobs around the world ”. The two representatives of the British royal family appeared in style for a most noticed outing.

  PHOTO - Le prince Charles photographié pour la 1ère fois avec un masque, et pas n'importe lequel ! © Provided by Gala Prince Charles with a mask © WPA rota / KCS PRESS

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