Duchess of Cornwall visits Royal Veterinary College near Brookmans Park

PUBLISHED: 15:13 28 April 2016 | UPDATED: 11:05 03 May 2016

The Duchess of Cornwall at the Queen Mother Hospital for Small Animals Picture: Chris Jackson

The Duchess of Cornwall at the Queen Mother Hospital for Small Animals Picture: Chris Jackson

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The Royal Veterinary College’s Queen Mother Hospital for Animals near Brookmans Park had a royal visitor to mark its 30th birthday.

The Duchess of Cornwall meets Max at the Queen Mother Hospital for Small Animals Picture: Chris JacksonThe Duchess of Cornwall meets Max at the Queen Mother Hospital for Small Animals Picture: Chris Jackson

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, visited the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) at its Hawkshead Campus near Brookmans Park today.

The Duchess, who is patron of the RVC Animal Care Trust, was given a tour of the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals (QMHA), and met members of different clinical services within the hospital.

After the tour, the Duchess cut the cake at a special reception to mark the hospital’s 30th birthday.

RVC Principal Professor Stuart Reid said: “Having our charity’s Patron here today to celebrate three decades of excellence is an honour and a privilege and we are thrilled to be able to demonstrate at first hand the important work carried out at Europe’s largest referral hospital.”


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