Camilla meets jockey Rachael Blackmore at Waterford stables

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The Duchess of Cornwall visited Henry de Bromhead stables in Waterford during her tour of the Republic of Ireland with the Prince of Wales. Whilst there, she chatted to Grand National winner Rachael Blackmore and petted some of the horses, telling one “we’ll all be behind you”. . Report by Lucy Lewis.

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