Thursday, 28 June 2012

Carol Vorderman in the morning, Camilla in the afternoon, home in time for tea


It has been one of those days.
In the morning I am crouched in the sweltering heat talking to Carol Vorderman:


And then in the afternoon I am stood at the side of an ice rink, shivering, waiting to meet Camilla (that's not me in the forefront by the way):



Of course this is all in a day’s work for a tabloid journo, and both events were a great deal of fun to cover.
Carol was hosting the official unveiling of the memorial to the Bomber Command, in Hyde Park, London.
I had a wonderful morning chatting to the veterans who, after 70 years, finally have a fitting tribute to their brave efforts in the Bomber Command during the Second World War.
The Duchess of Cornwall was attending an event laid on by the WRVS at Queensway Ice Rink.
Worry not, a special mat was placed over the rink before she placed a royal toe on the ice.
Anyway, as always I took some piccies, so here’s a little clip I took of the lady herself having a chat to some of the guests.


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