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torsdag d. 17. august 2017 kl: 12. 29 Af: Ritzau Fokus
Britain's Prince William greets his father Prince Charles before attending a Business Leaders Employment meeting, hosted by the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London, Duche
Prins Charles og prins William drog onsdag til Skotland for at overvære The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Foto: Neil Hall/Scanpix (Arkivfoto)

Prins Charles og prins William drog onsdag til Skotland for at overvære The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

To generationer af den britiske kongefamilie indgik onsdag fælles front og drog til Skotlands hovedstad, Edinburgh, for at overvære The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo som æresgæster.

Prins Charles var sammen med sin ældste søn, prins William, i det skotske for at se den årlige militærforestilling for første gang.

Det storstilede arrangement fandt sted på Edinburgh Castle.

Foruden paraderne var der også ceremonier, underholdning, musik og teater.

Deler billeder

Både hoffet i Clarence House, hvor 68-årige prins Charles bor, og Kensington Palace, hvor 35-årige prins William residerer, har delt billeder på Instagram af den royale duos besøg i Skotland.

Prins William og hertuginde Kate venter deres tredje barn

Også på kongefamiliens fælles Instagram-profil, The Royal House, er der lagt billeder ud fra besøget.

– Deres Kongelige Højheder overværede en særlig optræden af dansere og musikere fra hele Skotland og mødte en række af dem efter showet, lyder teksten blandt andet til et af billederne,

De to prinser, der begge en dag står til at blive konge af Storbritannien, har særlige titler i Skotland.

Prins Charles bærer titlen hertug af Rothesay, mens sønnike kan bryste sig af at være jarl af Strathearn.

Se billederne her:

The Duke of Rothesay and The Duke of Cambridge have arrived @EdinburghCastle for The Royal Military Edinburgh Tattoo. As Guest of Honour at tonight’s Edinburgh Tattoo, The Duke of Rothesay is acting as Salute Taker for the evening. The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo started in 1947 as the Army in Scotland’s contribution to the Edinburgh International Festival. . . #SplashOfTartan #Army #Royal #Castle #Edinburgh

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Prior to attending the Tattoo at Edinburgh Castle, The Duke of Rothesay and The Duke of Cambridge viewed a short pre-Tattoo show at the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Their Royal Highnesses enjoyed a special performance by dancers and musicians from across Scotland, and were able to meet a number of them after the show. Did you know that The Prince of Wales and The Duke of Cambridge hold special titles in Scotland, where they are known as The Duke of Rothesay and The Earl of Strathearn? 📷PA

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Yesterday evening The Duke of Rothesay and The Duke of Cambridge attended the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, held in the grounds of Edinburgh Castle. As the Guest of Honour The Duke of Rothesay (as The Prince of Wales is known in Scotland) acted as the Salute Taker for the performance. This year the @edinburghtattoo has the dual theme of 'The Year of the Aircraft Carrier' to mark the launch of HMS Prince of Wales, and, to mark Scotland's Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology, 'A Splash of Tartan. The Edinburgh Tattoo is an annual series of military performances by the British Armed Forces, Commonwealth and international military bands. Since the first Tattoo in 1950 48 countries from across six continents have been represented. 📷PA

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The Prince of Wales and Duke of Cambridge take a Gaelic toast at the start of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo at Edinburgh Castle. The Prince and The Duke hold special titles in Scotland, where they are known as The Duke of Rothesay and The Earl of Strathearn. 📷PA

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