Prince Charles Dodges Question About Andrew

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‘Prince Charles Dodges Question About Andrew’

Prince Charles visits Haddo Country Park to view the devastation caused by Storm Arwen in late November and to meet individuals who supported local communities in the aftermath.

During the visit, he dodged a question from a reporter about his views on his brother Prince Andrew.

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