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  1. Names; English: Edward of Middleham Welsh: Edward o Middleham: House: York: Father: Richard III of England: Mother: Anne Neville: Edward of Middleham, Prince of Wales (c. December 1473 or 1476 – 9 April 1484), was the son and heir apparent of King Richard III of England by his wife Anne Neville.

  2. The Life and Glorious Actions of Edward, Prince of Wales, (commonly Call'd the Black Prince). London: Thomas Osborne; James, G. P. R. (1836) [1822]. A history of the life of Edward the Black Prince, and of various events connected therwith, which occurred during the reign of Edward III, King of England (2nd ed.).

  3. 66. Clarence House, The Prince of Wales's official London residence, had solar panels installed on the roof in 2010. 67. Llwynywermod, near Llandovery in Carmarthenshire, is The Prince of Wales's Welsh home. Bought in 2007 by the Duchy of Cornwall, the farmhouse was refurbished using local materials and the skills of Welsh craftsmen and women.

  4. At the second Prince of Wales Theatre 1937 Gracie Fields laid the foundation stone of the new theatre designed by Robert Cromie on 17 June and sang to the builders working on site. 1937 Opened on 27 October with Les Folies de Paris et Londres , a revue performed non-stop from 2pm to 11pm.

  5. Introducing Prince of Wales Drive, a brand new collection of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments just moments from Battersea Park, Zone 1 and a mile from Sloane Square. Set within 2.5 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, these spacious apartments offer a premium specification and distinctive interior design.

  6. From the time of their marriage, The Prince and Princess of Wales went on overseas tours and carried out many engagements together in the UK. On 9 December 1992, The Prime Minister, John Major, announced to the House of Commons that The Prince and Princess of Wales had agreed to separate.

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