Charles and Camilla unveil gigantic knitted artwork

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Prince Charles and Camilla unveil gigantic knitted artwork at Dumfries House in Ayrshire. Speaking to attendants, Camilla says it’s “typical” the weather was worse than the previous day when all their engagements were indoors. Report by Tom Edwards.

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