Prince Charles hopes the ‘squabble’ won’t return after the anniversary weekend ‘togetherness’

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, attended a grand anniversary luncheon at the Oval Cricket Ground in London today as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations

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Queen’s Jubilee: Prince Charles chats with guests over lunch at the Oval

Prince Charles has said he hopes “bickering” will not return after the Platinum Jubilee weekend “togetherness”.

The Prince and his wife Camilla were at The Oval today where they mingled with guests attending a grand anniversary dinner.

Among those Charles chatted with was Sarah Friar, CEO of neighborhood app Nextdoor, who sat across from the prince.

She said, “He said at the end how great it was that everyone was getting together this weekend,” she said.

“We see it in neighbors, right? I come from a company called Nextdoor, so people come together and the best comes out. People who don’t know each other are having fun.”







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Ms Friar, originally from Sion Mills in Co Tyrone, said Charles commented: “When it comes to Monday, are we going to get back to all that bickering? Let’s hope we don’t.

Ms Friar said it was “a wonderful thought” for all of us.

Gemma Snow of the Eden Project sat next to Charles for a few minutes over lunch and said he’d talked about “keeping this togetherness going”.







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Meanwhile, local resident Sonia Wilson, 43, also mentioned to Charles the party at the palace, where the Queen took part in a heartwarming skit with Paddington Bear.

In the skit, Her Majesty revealed to the well-loved character that she keeps jam sandwiches in her purse.







Charles paid a moving tribute to his mother at last night’s anniversary concert at Buckingham Palace
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Sonia said: “He said, ‘I’m sorry to keep you from your lunch’. I said, ‘Don’t worry, I had my jam sandwich’.”

Ms Wilson said Charles laughed and replied: “That’s a good joke, isn’t it?”

Charles and Camilla’s appearance at The Oval comes after the Prince paid a moving tribute to his mother, the Queen, at last night’s Platinum Party at the Palace.

To thunderous cheers from the 10,000 spectators gathered outside Buckingham Palace, Charles declared, “Your Majesty… Mama” as he thanked the 96-year-old monarch on behalf of “the whole world” for her incredible performance.

As the cheering continued to spread across London’s iconic Mall, where thousands more created a patriotic sea of ​​red, white and blue, Charles, 73, said: “The scale of the celebrations tonight – and the radiance of warmth and affection throughout this anniversary Weekend – is our way of saying thank you – from your family, the country, the Commonwealth, actually the whole world.

“On behalf of all of us, I wanted to pay my own tribute to your lifetime of selfless service.”

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