Sweet Moment Charles practices Arabic with a child on a foreign tour | Royal | New
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla are traveling to Jordan and Egypt this week, becoming the first royals to make a major overseas tour since the start of the pandemic. They arrived in Jordan yesterday and began their public engagements for their four-day visit. Today she was shown a playground where school-aged children used swings and slides. The children gave her a range of handmade gifts.
A clip emerged from Charles’ playground meeting the children.
In the clip, the prince can be heard asking, “What’s his favorite subject in school?”
A translator then informs the Prince that the child’s favorite subject is in fact English.
Prince Charles can then be heard asking, “Are you getting very good at English?” Can you say a word in English?
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Queen’s raised concerns recently after it canceled a series of arrangements due to health concerns.
More recently, the palace announced that the Queen was unable to attend the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph in London due to a sprained back.
Other members of the royal family attended in his stead.