Prince Charles is rearranging his schedule…again.
Today, Clarence House announced that the royal, 73, has postponed his upcoming trips to Newport and Swansea due to Storm Eunice.
“Following official guidance, The Prince of Wales’s visit to Newport and Swansea on Friday 18 February will not go ahead due to the dangers posed by Storm Eunice,” the statement read. “In the interests of public safety, these engagements will be postponed with a view to rescheduling at a future date.”
As Hello! magazine points out, Prince Charles was supposed to visit St David’s Hospice in Newport, where he planned to meet with the staff and patients. Next, he was supposed to stop by Dylan Thomas Community School in Swansea to discuss the Prince’s Trust’s Achieve program.