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Sue Carroll Column: Sorry affair.

Byline: Sue Carroll

PRINCE Philip has now apologised to Prince Charles for the fuss provoked by claims he'd called him "precious, extravagant and lacking in the dedication and discipline to make a good king."

The Duke of Edinburgh disowned the remarks which have been attributed to his close friends in the form of a letter to his son. How many pen- pushers, equerries and lickers of the royal stamps were involved, one wonders, in this arcane method of communication?

In any other family differences would be settled over a pint or a nice cup of tea.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:May 30, 2001
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