The visiting British royals, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie on Thursday visited Prague’s Jedličkuv Institute for children with physical disabilities established in 1913. They were giveuv a tour of the complex, stopped to chat with the children and planted a fir tree in honour of the 100-year anniversary of the institute. Prince Edward later attended an event at the Prague British School and Countess Sophie visited the British Council to see a short performance inspired by Shakespeare’s plays and presented by students. The British royal couple is due to fly back to London on Thursday evening. Their packed two-day agenda included a reception at Prague Castle, a tour of the city’s prominent historic sites and a visit to the Sue-Ryder home for the elderly.
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