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King Charles III and Queen to visit Wales for Parliament’s Anniversary

King Charles III and Queen to visit Wales for Parliament's Anniversary

King Charles III and Queen Camilla of England are scheduled for a visit to the country of Wales to mark 25 years of the Welsh Parliament.

The visit fixed for Thursday will have the King visit the Senedd for the first time since his tour of the UK after his investiture.

A guard of honour will welcome the royals before they are welcomed by primary school children from across Wales.

They also scheduled to meet with the First Minister, Vaughan Gething and other party and parliamentary leaders in Wales.

They will be treated to a performance by Mared Pugh-Evans, the King’s new harpist, in her first performance in the position.

After a performance from a choir from a local primary school, Ysgol Treganna, King Charles will give a speech marking the 25th anniversary of the Senedd.

Before leaving, the King and Queen will have the opportunity to meet members of the community and members of Senedd staff who have worked at the parliament for 25 years.

In his last visit to Senedd, the King – formerly the Prince of Wales for 64 years – gave his first address in Welsh as Monarch.

In it, he said Wales had a “special place” in the heart of his mother, Elizabeth II.


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