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Camilla welcomed to primary school with poetry reading

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Camilla welcomed to primary school with poetry reading

Camilla welcomed to primary school with poetry reading

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall has visited a primary school in south-east London to mark International Literacy Day, where the pupils greeted her with a poem written about their journeys to school that morning.

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