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Prince William and his father Prince Charles, were seen together in a rare outing this Tuesday, alongside Duchess Catherine, and Duchess Camilla, respectively. They visited the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, in Loughborough, England
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Duchess Catherine looked stunning in a skirt suit by Alexander McQueen, while visiting some therapy areas and meeting patients as they took part in their sessions!
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Duchess Camilla opted for a green wool suit by Roy Allen and, as always, she looked fabulous during her visit to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, which provides education, research, and training in military rehabilitation to a group of veterans
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The occasion was a perfect opportunity for father and son to put the difficulties they experienced on the royal family in the past months, due to Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's decision of starting a new life in Canada
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During their visit to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre Stanford Hall, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla highlighted the importance of supporting servicemen and women to the royal family!
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Prince William is patron of the appeal for the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, which treats members of the Armed Forces who suffer from injuries and disorders.
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During the visit Prince Charles talked with Emmanuel Bajowa, of the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment, who is currently receiving treatment at the centre due to a fractured skull
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In this picture Duchess Catherine and Duchess Camilla appear together touring the facility, on their first official outing since a charity concert in 2011!
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also spoke with Captain Alison Hofman QARNNS, Commanding Officer of the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre!
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Prince Charles, Prince William, Duchess Catherine, and Duchess Camilla, chatted to patients and not only asked them if they have seen any progress, but also encouraged them to have a positive mental attitude. After their visit, the royal couples went their separate ways.