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Well-versed President

by Margaret Duggan

SINCE she became President of the Mission to Seafarers in 1984, the Princess Royal has visited 43 of the Mission’s centres, some of them several times. “She’s very knowledgeable about the shipping industry and seafarers,” says the Mission’s Chaplain at the Southampton Seafarers’ Centre, the Revd Andrew Huckett (shown shaking hands with the Princess).

The Princess Royal recently visited the Southampton centre (in Winchester ...

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