Yesterday, The Prince of Wales was joined by The Duchess of Cornwall for the second day of the royal visit to Northern Ireland. The main portion of the day was spent in Omagh, Co. Tyrone, with the heir-to-the-throne and his wife laying a wreath in
The Prince of Wales flew into Belfast to begin a two-day visit to Northern Ireland. The Duchess of Cornwall will join her husband tomorrow; the couple will then continue on to complete a two-day visit to the Republic of Ireland on Thursday.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made an unannounced trip to Northern Ireland's capital, Belfast, today, as they continue their tour of the UK ahead of their wedding. The couple visited Amazing the Space, the historic Crown Liquor Saloon and the Titanic Belfast museum at the
It was Prince Harry's first visit to Northern Ireland yesterday, where he focussed on the emergency services and young people, before attending a garden party.
His first stop of the day was to open the new Northern Ireland Ambulance Service station in Ballymena. Harry received a briefing
On Tuesday, Prince Charles and Camilla began an official visit to Ireland and Northern Ireland, including stops at Kilkenny Castle, Glasnevin Cemetery and Hillsborough Castle.
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The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Northern Ireland and began their trip by travelling
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have completed a two-day visit to Northern Ireland - continuing her 90th birthday celebrations - where Her Majesty quipped she 'was still alive' when asked if she was well. The Royal couple also visited the Giant's Causeway.
Last week, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a garden party at Hillsborough Castle, The Queen's official residence in Northern Ireland. Since the manor house is little used in comparison to the residences in London, it often slips under the radar of royal watchers, but is
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall's second and final day in Northern Ireland began with a trip to Mount Stewart, a National Trust property in County Down.
The couple were there to officially reopen the house, which has undergone an £8 million refurbishment, and
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Northern Ireland yesterday to begin their two-day visit.
Charles and Camilla arrived at St Patrick’s Church, Belfast, for a short prayer service. Whilst there, they also met a cross section of church-goers, groups and organisations