Prince Charles expressed his support for diversity during a visit to Cambridge University, calling it “close to my heart.”

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Prince Charles expressed his support for diversity during a visit to Cambridge University, saying that it is “close to my heart.”

DURING HIS VISIT TO CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, PRINCE CHARLES backed diversity and inclusion.

Prince Charles, 73, paid a visit to Cambridge University’s Homerton College, expressing his admiration for the college’s efforts to promote diversity.

The Prince of Wales, who studied history at the university’s Trinity College, also met with equality campaigner and Homerton College principal Lord Woolley, 59.

Last month, Lord Wolley, the founder of Operation Black Vote, became the first black man to lead a college at either Oxford or Cambridge.

The Prince’s Trust was where the two previously collaborated.

“I could not be more pleased to hear about the excellent work being done to promote greater inclusion and diversity,” the Duke of Cornwall said during his appearance at Homerton College.

“As Lord Woolley knows, this is a subject that has always been near and dear to my heart, and which I have tried to advance and support as much as possible for much of my life.”

“All of our talents and contributions will be required for our society to successfully meet the enormous challenges we face.”

“It’s not just a good intention; it’s common sense.”

“I have said before that our greatest strength is our diversity,” the Prince continued, “and I am ever more convinced of that truth as time passes and as I see new examples of that principle – as I do so clearly here today.”

The issue of race and the Palace was brought into the public eye earlier this year when Prince Harry, 37, and Meghan Markle, 40, claimed in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, 67, that a member of the Palace household had “concerns and conversations about how dark [Archie’s] skin might be when he was born.”

“He [Harry] did not share the identity with me,” the US TV host later explained, “but he wanted to make sure I knew, and if I had the opportunity to share it, that those conversations were not with his grandmother or grandfather.”

“Is the Royal Family a racist family, sir?” a journalist shouted after the CBS interview, and Prince William, 39, defended the Royal Family.

During a visit to an east London school, the Duke of.

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