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20:50  16 november  2021
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Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall had a surprising royal escort on her first day on tour in Jordan.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Queen Rania © Arthur Edwards-Pool/Getty Images Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Queen Rania

Camilla and Prince Charles touched down in Jordan on Tuesday for their first official overseas trip since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The couple was greeted at the Al Husseiniya Palace in Amman by Jordan's King Abdullah II, Queen Rania and Crown Prince Hussein.

When it came time for Camilla and Queen Rania to head to The Queen Rania Family and Child Centre in Amman, Rania hopped into the driver's seat — literally! Rania (sporting sky-high heels) drove Camilla, who sat in the passenger's seat, to the engagement in a Tesla followed by security cars.

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The women headed inside to meet local children, including adolescent girls receiving a lesson on building self-esteem and assertiveness.

The center was established in 2005 to offer child protection activities to families of Jordanian, Palestinian and Syrian origins. The organization offers services that aim to combat child abuse and strengthen families across Jordan.

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The tour was originally scheduled for March 2020 but was postponed due to the pandemic.

"It is always very special indeed to come back to Jordan – I'm sorry this time it is 19 months late," Prince Charles said. "The fact that we can come back is hugely encouraging."

Prince Charles, who celebrated his 73rd birthday on Sunday, and Camilla, 74, will spend four days in Jordan and Egypt to celebrate the U.K.'s special relationship with each country.

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Prince Charles also told King Abdullah, "How hugely we all admire Jordan and your Majesty's efforts on looking after so many refugees coming from all around the area. Jordan is so unbelievably hospitable – it's marvelous."

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Prince Charles' private secretary Chris Fitzgerald said ahead of the visit that climate change would be one of the tour's main themes, along with inter-faith dialogue, female empowerment and efforts to preserve cultural heritage.

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Meghan Markle, Taylor Swift and More Reveal Their Favorite Thanksgiving Foods .
Who doesn’t love some tasty Thanksgiving food? With an array of flavorful, festive dishes to choose from it can be hard to pick just one preferred Turkey Day offering — but stars including Meghan Markle and Taylor Swift have managed to narrow it down to a few favorites. In a past entry from her now defunct lifestyle website, The Tig, Markle dismissed the idea that Thanksgiving has to be all about turkey, and shared a recipe featuring a different British bird instead. “If you’re looking for an alternative to the famed and lauded turkey dinner that’s oh-so-popular this time of year, look no further than this delicious and easy recipe for Cornish game hens,” the Bench author, who shares son Archie and daughter Lili with husband Prince Harry, wrote on the blog. What’s more? The California native actually stumbled upon that recipe thanks to another star — The Hunger Games actor Stanley Tucci. The recipe the Duchess of Sussex referenced was taken from Tucci’s 2014 cookbook, written with wife Felicity Blunt, called The Tucci Table. Believe it or not, Markle isn’t the only famous face who looks beyond turkey on Thanksgiving. Chrissy Teigen has long been critical of the “dry” protein and typically opts to cook chicken instead. “I just really feel like people feel like they’re forced to eat turkey, and nobody really enjoys it,” she explained in 2017. “Serve them chicken and they’ll be much happier.

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