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Artist or CreatorSteve Bell
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Published byThe Guardian
Date16 Mar 1999
FormatDigital
Embedded text or transcriptSo this is what it means to be British?
What's he after? Eggs? Publicity? Blow job?
Albatross at one o'clock!
Did you know he's completely flightless?
Person DepictedCharles (Philip Arthur George) (1948-); Prince of Wales
NotesNews - A mere eight miles from Goose Green, the more alert media men studying maps spotted a place called Camilla's Creek. But Prince Charles didn't have that kind of day on the Falklands yesterday. It was always going to be an emotionally-racking first day for his visit. But it turned out to be more suspense-packed and gruelling than he or his retinue had expected. He ended it triumphantly by laying wreaths at only one of the two most popularly sacred British memorials here - on the Goose Green battlefield - during the highest-level public visit in the islands' history. [John Ezard, The Guardian, 15 March 1999]
DescriptionArtist has labelled digital image 1245 16-3-99 Chazza and penguins
Subjectspenguins
Princes
House of Windsor
Falkland Islands
overseas visits
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