Charles and Camilla could MISS royal birth as Duke and Duchess head to Germany

Camilla and Charles are jetting off on May 7 and they will visit Berlin, Leipzig and Munich during their four-day trip. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal baby is due later this month or in early May. The tot will be Charles’s fourth grandchild.

Charles and Camilla’s visit is at the request of the British Government.

Clarence House said it will demonstrate the depth and breadth of the UK-Germany bilateral relationship and its enduring importance to both countries.

Charles has visited Germany a number of times before and the Duchess of Cornwall joined him for an official visit in 2009.

Their tour will start in Berlin where they will meet President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

In the evening, they will attend a birthday party for the Queen, an event held every year by the British ambassador at his residence in the capital.

On their second day Charles and Camilla will complete a day of engagements in Leipzig.

The royal couple will spend May 9 and 10 in Munich.

Charles’s engagements will focus on partnerships for green growth, sustainable organic produce and economic cooperation.

Camilla will engage with women who have suffered domestic abuse as part of her ongoing work to support victims of domestic violence.

They will also attend a dinner alongside key figures from politics, business, culture, science and education hosted by the Bavarian Minister President, Dr Markus Soeder, at the historic Residenz.

Charles and Camilla will end their visit at an organic farm where they will celebrate local produce.

It comes after the couple’s Caribbean tour earlier this year, which saw them make history as the first members of the royal family to visit Cuba.

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