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US News Prince Charles surprised for the first time with a mask, which turns out to be very special (PHOTO)

16:10  02 october  2020
16:10  02 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall carried out a one-day visit to Northern Ireland on Wednesday. We earn a commission for products purchased through some links in this article. Prince Charles pictured wearing face mask for first time - and it has a special meaning.

Prince Charles stepped out in a face covering for the first time since the start of the Covid-19 crisis, opting for a £6.50 mask crafted by seamstresses from his Turquoise Mountain Textiles programme. The royal couple appeared in high spirits as they visited local communities and organisations during


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Le Prince Charles surpris pour la première fois avec un masque, qui s’avère très spécial (PHOTO) © SIPA Prince Charles surprised for the first time with a mask, which turns out to be very special (PHOTO) On an official visit to Ireland, the heir to the throne respected barrier gestures but not with just any mask ...

Surprise visit to Northern Ireland this weekend for the Prince Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall . A land that is no longer hostile to the crown, quite the contrary and it is therefore over several days that Charles wanted to greet his compatriots. And in the most beautiful way possible. Because this outing was intended to pay tribute to the efforts of workers during this coronavirus pandemic that the heir to the throne knows so well, he who was diagnosed, we remember, positive a few months ago.

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Prince Charles could be seen seated in the audience as he politely clapped along to the The Prince was clearly tickled to be greeted by a mascot dressed as a huge bumble bee. Carrying out the visit alone - Camilla was in Newmarket visiting the National Stud - Charles also spent time with some

A mask or nothing

Since then, his barrier gestures! Like many of us. If the Prince of Wales limits - like his sovereign mother - his public outings because of his great age, favoring meetings via videoconferences, he did not want to miss this Irish meeting. Upon their arrival at the Ulster Museum in Belfast, the Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles got out of their vehicle, masked, but not with any mask (green for her, blue for him)! Indeed, the son of Queen Elizabeth II and his wife have opted for protections that nod to a cause that is particularly close to their hearts.

Both pay homage to Burma

These fabric masks are sold for £ 6.5 (7.10 euros) on the Turquoise Mountain website which supports artisans in need and the Burmese community as a whole. "For every mask sold, we will give one to vulnerable communities in Yangon", recalls the site. On the official Twitter account of the Prince and 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 heritage in peril and to provide training and jobs around the world ". By paying homage to Burma, Charles is also doing a nice gesture for this country he loves so much and in which he has always regretted not being able to return, especially during his official trip to Asia in 2017. Scheduled for programs of princely celebrations, this long-awaited visit to Burma had not taken place because of the tensions at the time. Indeed, the country was accused of "ethnic cleansing" against the Rohingya Muslim minority. Not at all to the taste of the queen's son ...

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India: Faced with an increase in Covid-19 cases, Bangalore is struggling to impose the wearing of the .
mask © Come Bastin, RFI In the Bangalore market, many wear the mask below the nose, if at all. In India, Bangalore, the large city in the south, is now recording the highest increase in cases in the whole country. In an attempt to remedy this, the police hand out fines to those who do not wear the mask, but it is difficult to control the most crowded areas. From our correspondent in Bangalore, Côme Bastin.

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