Charles regalia 'could boost tourism'
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Prince of Wales investiture regalia 'could boost tourism'

Regalia worn by Prince Charles at the ceremony that made him Prince of Wales should go on display in the nation, Wales Office Minister Guto Bebb has said.

The investiture ceremony took place in 1969 in Caernarfon Castle.

Conservative MP Michael Fabricant told the Commons that the rod, ring, sword and crown the prince wore have been in a vault at St James's Palace for 50 years.

Mr Bebb said the return of the items would "boost tourism across Wales".

  • 13 Dec 2017