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Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visit market

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Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visit market

Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visit market

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visit Leicester market to open Green Lion Square, as part of a wider visit to the town.

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