Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla's TV presenter skills are evident, as the loved-up royals beam in front of the camera at the BBC World Service studio in London. The hardworking pair paid tribute to the 'efforts' made by journalists, on the World Service's 90th anniversary.
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Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla's TV presenter career starts now! Just kidding, but in light of how they took to the challenging job like a duck to water—maybe they should consider it! Prince Charles shows his fun side with his cheeky grin and charm, while he and Duchess Camilla's rapport is plain.
The pair flexed their TV presenter muscles while visiting BBC Broadcasting House to mark the 90th anniversary of the BBC World Service. During a tour of the building, they heard about how they're continuing to report from war-torn regions like Ukraine, Russia, and Afghanistan.
Per BBC News, as well as being shown around, the royals met with some of the hardworking people, who are in charge of editing, managing, and running the BBC's languages services. The work of these individuals allows the World Service to reach an audience of around 364 million people around the world weekly, in English and 41 other languages.
The Prince paid tribute to the dedication of journalists, whose unwavering diligence in reporting from conflicts across the globe helps people see the impartial truth of what's happening in the world today.
Clarence House's most famous resident said, "I know just how much it must take for many of those who are broadcasting in the most difficult of circumstances, but also what it takes in order to make sure that people do have access to the impartial truth, and particularly in conflict situations."
The Prince added that he's, "full of admiration, for what it’s worth, for everything you do and your colleagues on the ground, and those of you who have had to escape from other countries, all too frequently nowadays, from all this depressing amount of conflict around the world – so thank you for all the efforts you make."
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