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Prince Charles and Camilla attend 1917 film premier

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Prince Charles and Camilla attend 1917  film premier

Prince Charles and Camilla attend 1917 film premier

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall arrive to see the Royal Film Performance of 1917 in aid of The Film and TV Charity at the Odeon Luxe in London.They met supporters and trustees of the charity and 1917's Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes, who also wrote and produced the film.

Report by Khanomh.

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