Queen Elizabeth II's elder son, Prince Charles of Wales, hosted a reception for the National Pharmaceutical Association at St James's Palace in London
Queen Elizabeth II 's elder son, Prince Charles of Wales, hosted a reception for the National Pharmaceutical Association at St James's Palace in London. This is reported by the Daily Mail.
Last Wednesday, May 4, Prince Charles hosted a reception for the National Pharmaceutical Association. The event, designed to celebrate the work of pharmacists during the Covid-19 pandemic, was held at St James's Palace in London. About 200 employees of local pharmacies were invited to it.
"I am delighted to be able to express my sincere gratitude to pharmacy staff across the United Kingdom for their tireless efforts to ensure the safety and health of local residents during the coronavirus pandemic. I know that this was the most difficult time for everyone who works in the health service. Your dedication to patient care has never delayed throughout this period despite the enormous pressure you have faced," said Prince Charles.
Earlier, they reported that the wife of Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla, visited a photo exhibition about domestic violence. On Tuesday, May 3, the 74-year-old Duchess Camilla of Cornwall visited the photo exhibition "I Am," held at Manchester Central Library. The exhibition features portraits of victims of domestic violence taken by photographer Ellie Crew.
"The strength of these photographs is that they are not just victims, as we might assume. Instead, as one of them said, these are strong, daring, and brave survivors who have gone from victim to winner," explained the wife of Prince Charles. I am honored to open this exhibit, and I wish her – and all the survivors gathered here – every success as we work together to end domestic violence forever.