‘Focus on the future, not the past!’ At his next engagement, Prince Charles is expected to remove his facemask.

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‘Focus on the future, not the past!’ At his next engagement, Prince Charles is expected to remove his facemask.

DURING HIS NEXT ROYAL APPEARANCE, PRINCE CHARLES is expected to remove his facemask, according to a Palace source.

During a visit to Exeter Cathedral on Monday with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, the Prince of Wales is not anticipated to wear his face mask. Covid regulations, such as wearing facemasks as a must and socially separating at indoor gatherings, are expected to be repealed across the country on July 19.

According to The Daily Mail, unless there are restrictions requiring him to wear a mask, Charles will not do so.

“This will be the first time in 18 months that we witness a return to normalcy,” they stated.

“We won’t be looking backwards; we’ll be looking forward.

“This is the first time the Prince has gone inside and won’t be wearing a mask because it’s a vast place where people will be socially separating themselves, and it’ll be the first day of the new rules.

“When the rules indicate that a mask must be worn, the Prince will do so; otherwise, he will not.”

As part of their yearly vacation to the South West, Charles and Camilla will spend three days in Devon and Cornwall.

On the famous Freedom Day, Monday, the couple’s first stop will be Exeter Cathedral.

Charles, patron of the Exeter Cathedral Development Appeal, and Camilla will meet community organizations and hear about restoration efforts during their visit.

The couple will also meet with the Devon Wildlife Trust, Exeter City Community Trust, and the Met Office, which collaborates on climate change research with the Cathedral and Exeter University.

The Royals will next go to Kingsbridge, North Devon, and the Isles of Scilly after their time in Exeter.

The journey will come to a close on July 21 at Burton Art Gallery in Bideford, one of the South West’s most important arts and cultural venues.

Camilla has expressed her dislike for facemasks in the past, telling a student at Cardiff’s Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, “I can’t wait to get rid of this!”

The visit by Charles and Camilla to the South West comes after the Department of Health announced on Saturday that there had been over 54,000 new coronavirus cases, second only to the dreadful wave in January.

Almost all Covid requirements, including mandatory facemasks, social separation, and signing, will be abolished as of Monday. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”

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