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Car trouble for royals on Papua New Guinea visit

(ROUGH CUT ONLY - NO REPORTER NARRATION) The Prince of Wales and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall were forced to change vehicles on Monday (November 5th), when their car broke down during the final stage of their official visit to Papua New Guinea. The royal couple waved goodbye to the crowds after a wreath laying ceremony at Remembrance Park in Port Moresby, the Pacific nation's capital city. But their car failed to start and after waiting for several minutes in a black Mercedes, Prince Charles and his wife had to transfer to a silver Range Rover. Royal aides hastily moved luggage between the vehicles before they were able to depart. Earlier, the couple carried out separate engagements in the city. Prince Charles visited the Hohola Youth Development Centre, where he was presented with a garland of flowers and watched a display of traditional dancing. The centre's students performed a welcome song and showed the royal visitor examples of their work from cookery, sewing and carpentry classes. Camilla visited the Haus Ruth Women's Refuge, where she met some of the residents and was presented with artwork.

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