Thursday 19 October 2017

In Pictures: Prince Charles and Camilla's visit to Dublin

Kathy Armstrong

Prince Charles and Minister Heather Humphreys in Glasnevin Cemetery. Pic Credit: Steve Humphries
Prince Charles and Minister Heather Humphreys in Glasnevin Cemetery. Pic Credit: Steve Humphries
Prince Charles shakes hands with Sein Fein leader Gerry Adams
Prince Charles in Glasnevin Cemetery
Prince Charles in Glasnevin Cemetery
Prince Charles during a visit in Glasnevin Cemetery. Pic Credit: Steve Humphries
Prince Charles and Minister Heather Humphreys in Glasnevin Cemetery
Prince Charles in Glasnevin Cemetery. Pic Credit: Steve Humphries
Prince Charles in Glasnevin Cemetery. Pic Credit: Steve Humphries
Prince Charles, HRH the Prince of Wales, and Taoiseach Enda Kenny. Pic Credit: Steve Humphries
Prince Charles, HRH the Prince of Wales, and Taoiseach Enda Kenny

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visited Michael Collins' grave and honoured Irish soldiers who died in the 1916 Rising and World War One today. The Royal couple visited Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin this afternoon and unveiled new Victoria Cross paving stones to commemorate our fallen soldiers. The pair were accompanied throughout the day by Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Heritage Minister Heather Humphreys.

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