Royal couple ready to divide and conquer in May tour

Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall take part in a ritual. REUTERS/Arthur...

Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall take part in a ritual. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool

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, Last Updated: 4:49 PM ET

A whirlwind tour of three provinces in less than four days next month by Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, will see the royal couple separate several times to attend events of particular interest to them.

Prince Charles' stops will focus on youth entrepreneurship as well as organic farming and the environment when he and his wife visit Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Manitoba from May 18 until May 21.

Among his solo visits will be a trip to the Halifax Public Gardens, where he will plant a ceremonial tree; Holland College in P.E.I., where he will talk to students about sustainable urban development; and a new polar bear exhibit at Winnipeg's Assiniboine Park called Journey to Churchill, where he is expected to feed a polar bear.

On her own, Camilla will visit outreach programs in Halifax for families and women at risk, a seniors' home in Charlottetown and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet.


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