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Prince Charles, Camilla continue visit in Papua New Guinea

Sunday, November 04, 2012 - 00:37

Nov. 4 - Prince Charles addressed crowds in Papua New Guinea in local dialect Tok Pisin. Julie Noce reports.

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Prince Charles and Camilla continued their tour of Papua New Guinea on Sunday as part of a 13 day Pacific tour to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's diamond jubilee. The royal couple attended a church service, and watched a cultural performance with people wearing traditional costumes from various regions in the country. Later Prince Charles presented the Colours of the Pacific Island Regiments as Colonel in Chief. In his opening statements, Prince Charles addressed the crowd in the local dialet, Tok Pisin. (nats 'Me talk Pisin alright?') The couple heads to Australia on Monday, and ends their trip in the region in New Zealand.

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Prince Charles, Camilla continue visit in Papua New Guinea

Sunday, November 04, 2012 - 00:37