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Rob Moore reports
The Princess Royal is visited Guernsey on Tuesday - with a packed itinerary helping good causes.
Princess Anne is President of the Animal Health Trust and she was the guest at a fund-raising dinner for both the AHT and for a prostate cancer charity Prostate Action.
She also attended an AHT reception at Schroders that will further support the AHT's fund-raising work.
School children had the chance to mix with Royalty when Her Royal Highness went to two schools for special needs pupils; Le Rondin School and Centre and Le Murier School.
Both schools have been strongly supported by the Wooden Spoon Society charity, which has provided them with equipment, and of which Princess Anne is patron.
The Princess also visited the St John Ambulance and Rescue Service Headquarters, as well as St Peter Port Harbour to visit the St John marine ambulance 'Flying Christine'. HRH is the Commandant-in-Chief of St John Ambulance Cadets.
Finally Princess Anne went ot the site of the new clubhouse at Guernsey RFC, as she has a long-standing connection with rugby union and is Patron of Scottish Rugby.
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