Prince Charles and Princess Ann arrived in Malta today (Monday) at the start of a week's holiday on the island.
Prince Charles and Princess Ann arrived in Malta today (Monday) at the start of a week's holiday on the island. The Prince and Princess were met an arrival at Malta's airport by the Governor-General, Sir Maurice Dorman, and the Prime Minister, Mr. Borg Olivier.
The holiday comes at the end of a hectic round of public appearances by Prince Charles, following his investiture as Prince of Wales at Caernarvon Castle on July 1. Although an official spokesman said earlier that the Prince's holiday would be basically informal, a long list of social engagements has been drawn up for him.
The Prince and Princess Ann will visit the small off lying island of Gozo during their stay, and will be guests of honour at a special party hosted by Sir Maurice and Lady Dorman. Prince Charles will also have an opportunity to play pole during his week's stay on the island.