'Of course!' Prince Charles willing to help police investigate billionaire donor's honour

'Of course!' Prince Charles willing to help police investigate billionaire donor's honour

PRINCE CHARLES has assured he is 'of course' willing to assist the police investigation into the Prince of Wales' former aide who is accused of fixing a honour for a Saudi billionaire.
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from: Daily Express

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