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Charles and Camilla unfazed by faux pas.

Byline: By Paul Rowland Western Mail

A welcoming committee in the Pakistani town of Pattika committed a faux pas yesterday when a sign greeting Charles and Camilla referred to the Prince's wife as the Princess of Wales. The title has not been used since Princess Diana, was killed in a car crash in Paris in August 1997. Camilla, who married Charles last year, is known as the Duchess of Cornwall. But the couple, whose tour of Pakistan has been disrupted by security concerns, did not let the incident bother them on their trip in the town, which was hit badly by last year's earthquake. They spent several hours meeting local people and observing the work of aid agencies.
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Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Nov 2, 2006
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