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Prince Charles To Talk Sustainable Living And Meet With Obama During Washington Visit

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Not to be outdone by newlyweds Prince William and Kate Middleton, the heir to the throne, Prince Charles, is taking a honeymoon of his own by making a trip to the other side of the pond.

The 62-year-old will land in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday and during his three-day trip is expected to make several stops related to agriculture, including making the keynote address at Georgetown University during a conference on sustainable agriculture.

The last time Charles visited the U.S. was in 2007, where he made stops in Philadelphia and New York and brought his wife Camilla along.

This time around he’s expected to meet with President Barack Obama. Which should be interesting considering the fact that 1/3 of the world tuned in to watch his oldest son get hitched, and Obama is still dealing with questions regarding the death of Osama bin Laden.

I think it’s safe to say that there should be some interesting talking points there. Oh to be a fly on the wall…

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  • John Flannigan

    Think Prince Charles most certainly has a job. He has a tremendous influence on politics in the UK.
    Last week I read on various sites that he has spoken about his thoughts on the legalization of medicinal marijuana and about how this was picked up in politics and used in the Liberals campaign for legalization at the moment. I read it here for instance: prince charles.

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