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Prince Harry of Wales, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II of the UK, and the fourth in line to the throne, has arrived in Estonia for his first official visit to the country.

Correction: A line wrap problem affecting the first sentence of stories suggested that Harry was  the younger son of the Queen rather than the younger son of the son of the Queen. The problem has been corrected. 

The prince will lay a wreath at the foot of the War of Independence Victory monument, then head to the Parliament for a reception.

Government members and MPs, as well as injured war veterans will meet him at Parliament.

The prince will visit the Kevadtorm military exercise tomorrow with President Toomas Hendrik Ilves and Commander in Chief of the Defense Forces, Maj. Gen. Riho Terras.

 



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