ANDALUCIA is gearing up to give a royal welcome to Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
The pair, who married in 2005, are Sevilla-bound as part of their first official visit to Spain later this month.
While Charles has visited the country before – including a trip with Princess Diana to Mallorca in 1987 – this is the first time he has brought Camilla.
Their impending visit will also take in Madrid, according to El Pais, but their exact dates are still being kept under wraps.
During the three day sojourn they are expected to meet the Spanish royal family and Prime Minister Zapatero.
Camilla, the Olive Press can reveal, went on a number of family holidays to the region, before marrying Charles.
A spokesman for the Prince at Clarence House refused to confirm the plans. She said: “At the moment it is all sheer speculation. Call back next week.”
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