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Artist or CreatorNicola Jennings
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Published byThe Guardian
Date12 Mar 1999
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Embedded text or transcript'One must learn to live amicably.'
Person DepictedCharles (Philip Arthur George) (1948-); Prince of Wales
NotesNews - Prince Charles' brief sweep across the dance floor in Bueons Aires did more than offer a golden opportunity to headline writers - though a prize must surely go to the Sun for 'It takes one to tango'. The Prince's clinch with the lovely Zulema Menem, daughter of Argentine president, also suggested a possible solution to the very problem addressed by His Royal Highness a few moments earlier. Charles had angered some of his Argentinian hosts by raising the red flag topic of the Falkland Islands, or Malvinas, as they prefer to call them. [Comment, The Guardian, 12 March 1999] Prince Charles' speech suggested the Argentinians should learn to live amicably with the Falklands.
SubjectsFalkland Islands
House of Windsor
state visits
gaffes
Speeches
Princes
Argentina
tango
Copyright contact detailsMary.Andrews@guardian.co.uk
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