Britain's Prince Charles to visit Western Balkans

Britain's Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall are set to make an official visit to Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia in March.

Britain's Prince Charles to visit Western Balkans

Britain's Prince Charles is set to visit the Western Balkans in March this year.

The 67-year-old royal will be accompanied by his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, on the trip where he is planning to visit Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia.

The Prince of Wales has visited the area many times before but it will be the Duchess' first official visit to the countries.

Meanwhile, Duchess Camilla previously couldn't help but gush about how proud she is to be married to Charles.

Interviewed on 'When Ant and Dec Met the Prince: 40 Years of the Prince's Trust' about how she felt following a visit to a Prince's Trust workshop, she said: "I left with a huge lump in my throat. I'm really proud to be married to somebody who aged 27 had the vision to put it together.

"It was an incredible idea then, and he was very young then to think of it, to think of these very disadvantaged young people who'd literally been through hell and back. And to find a way to give them a second chance in life.

"He just has that energy. If we are passionate about something, you can do it. He care so much bout these young people. He does have incredible energy ... He loves it, you can't do something unless you love it."

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