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The Duchess of Cornwall packing lunches, including chocolate brownies she had brought from Clarence House, that are delivered to African and Caribbean pensioners from the Pepper Pot Centre in Notting Hill, West London.
William does the pointing for the foundation stone for the new Oak Cancer Centre at the Royal Marsden.
At 93 the Queen is still insistent that she is up to a staple part of the job. Rejecting an offer of help, she says: “No, no, I’m still perfectly capable of planting a tree.”