Prince CHARLES, 71, has carried out much travel as a leading member of the British Royal Family. With so much experience under his belt, it stands to reasons the Prince has fine-tuned what he likes and doesn't like - and there's one thing he never does when he travels. (Date:02/15/2020 06:01) Read full article >>

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