Prince Edward reunited with Duchess Sophie after epic tour

Prince Edward reunited with Duchess Sophie after epic tour

The reunion of the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh unfolded after the return of Prince Edward from his fortnight expedition.

The King’s youngest kin, aged 59, landed at London’s Heathrow airport from Indonesia on the day of rest, as outlined in the Court Circular.

Commencing his sojourn in Singapore on the 14th of November, Edward participated in a reception for the Commonwealth Games Federation at the Swissȏtel the Stamford.

Regrettably, this meant his absence from Charles’s exclusive birthday celebration at Clarence House.

While the Duchess of Edinburgh dazzled at the South Korean state banquet last Tuesday, Edward continued his peregrination, exploring New Zealand and Australia.

His schedule encompassed a visit to the City of Sydney Police Citizens Youth Club in Woolloomooloo, a precinct in Sydney.

The Duke also partook in a luncheon at the Royal Prince Edward Yacht Club and inaugurated the Australian Award’s novel online platform for assessors at Scots College.

Furthermore, he was in attendance among the invitees for award advocates at the Parliament of New South Wales.

By Thursday, Edward traversed from Sydney to Indonesia, touring the British School Jakarta and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara.

Residing at Bagshot Park in Surrey, Edward and Sophie, a couple since 1999, made their abode.

The pair, blessed with progeny Lady Louise Windsor, 20, and James, Earl of Wessex, who will mark his 16th year next month.

Presently engrossed in English studies at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, Lady Louise, while James is poised to undertake his GCSEs come the next spring.

The Duke and Duchess’ reunion shall be transitory, for Sophie is slated to journey to Colombia from Tuesday, 28th November to Friday, 1st December, at the behest of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.

During her sojourn, the Duchess will partake in engagements in Bogotá and Cali, lending support to the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda (WPS), persisting in her advocacy for survivors of conflict-related sexual violence and the rights of women and girls.

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