Duchess’s talk of slamming violence ahead of Carrie with Rwandan students meeting Beaming Charles and Camilla
Duchess’s talk of slamming violence ahead of Carrie with Rwandan students meeting Beaming Charles and Camilla

Duchess’s talk of slamming violence ahead of Carrie with Rwandan students meeting Beaming Charles and Camilla

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The Duchess of Cornwall beamed along with the Prime Minister’s wife as she met the children at the Capital Kigali where a summit of Commonwealth leaders is taking place.

Rwanda in PM's wife Carrie Johnson with Camilla Met

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Rwanda in PM’s wife Carrie Johnson with Camilla MetCredit: Getty
Carrie was attending a conference on women against violence in the African country

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Carrie was attending a conference on women against violence in the African countryCredit: Getty
Charles met students at Kigali's Integrated Polytechnic Regional College (IPRC)

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Charles met students at Kigali’s Integrated Polytechnic Regional College (IPRC)Credit: PA

The Library is supported by Book Aid – The Patronage of which she took over from Duke of Edinburgh.

Prince Charles is also on a royal trip and meeting with students at the Integrated Polytechnic Regional College (IPRC) at Rwanda’s capital Kigali, as well as the Kigali Cultural Exhibition Village at the Commonwealth Business Forum Exhibition.

Camilla was pictured with children with hearing difficulties, accompanied by Jeannette Kagame, wife of the President of Rwanda.

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She will tell the world leaders that she is “seeking rights that have been denied to women and girls in every part of the world”.

Camilla will say that one in three women have suffered abuse and domestic violence by up to 500 percent.

She will pay tribute to Joanna Simpson who was beaten to death in the UK, Noreen in Pakistan who was abused and Uwaila Vera Omozuwa murdered in the church.

“These stories are heartbreaking. But, given the statistics that I have just quoted, sadly not unusual, ”she says.

“In the strength of our unity, we, the women and children of the commonwealth stand with the public and the survivors who are tempted to speak in silence so that others know they are alone.

“Whether in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Pacific or the Caribbean and the Americas.”

“In doing so, we have the opportunity to end gender-based violence and those laws and practices that discriminate against women.

“And every single one of us should take this responsibility. We have lost this opportunity.”

Camilla will also echo the words of Queen of the Commonwealth she made 75 years ago.

“If we all go forward together with an unwavering faith, a high courage, and a quiet heart, we shall be able to make this ancient commonwealth, which we all love so dearly, an even grander thing,” the Duchess will say.

“More free, more prosperous, more happy, and a more powerful influence in the world.”

Camilla speaks to a student in a library called Kigali

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Camilla speaks to a student in a library called KigaliCredit: Getty
Charles kept it cool and sunglasses on a trip to Cultural Village

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Charles kept it cool and sunglasses on a trip to Cultural VillageCredit: Rex
The Duchess of Cornwall is a speech that condemns domestic violence

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The Duchess of Cornwall is a speech that condemns domestic violenceCredit: Getty

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