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Duchess of Cornwall attends Highgrove ceremony

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Duchess of Cornwall attends Highgrove ceremony

Duchess of Cornwall attends Highgrove ceremony

The Duchess of Cornwall has received the role of Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles from the Duke of Edinburgh in an unusual ceremony staged at both Highgrove, Gloucestershire and Windsor Castle today.

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