New condemnation of Putin's 'aggression' by Charles as Camilla moved on visit to Ukrainian Cathedral | Posted Today

Prince Charles has again condemned the "truly terrible aggression" of President Putin's invasion and he and the Duchess of Cornwall were visible moved by stories they heard from Ukrainians living in London whose families are in Ukraine.

Charles and Camilla asked to visit the Ukrainian Catholic Church in central London, where some Ukrainians are coming to be blessed by the Bishop before heading out to Ukraine to fight.

Children were carrying posters in the blue and yellow of the Ukrainian flag with the words "Stop Putin" and "Save Ukraine" written on them.

Queen spotted in person at for first time in more than a month at Royal Windsor Horse Show

The Queen has been seen in public for the first time since the Duke of Edinburgh's thanksgiving more than a month ago.

The 96-year-old arrived at the Royal Windsor Horse Show to watch her horses take to the parade ring.

The monarch has pulled out of a number of in-person events over recent months due to mobility problems.

This week Charles stood in for the Queen at the state opening of Parliament. It was the first time the Queen has missed the event in nearly 60 years.

The 96-year-old was driven on to the showground in a Range Rover.

She sat in the front passenger seat of the vehicle, casually dressed in a white blouse and a blue cardigan-style top and wearing sunglasses.

As the Range Rover pulled up near the parade ring, the Queen spoke to a small group, thought to be officials from the show, through the open car window.

She appeared relaxed, smiling and laughing as she chatted, while just a few feet away dozens of photographers tried to capture the moment.

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