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Prince William couldn’t resist snapping up the South West’s most famous savoury treat as his tour of the Scilly Isles continued on Friday – and suggested he was taking some of the edible souvenirs home for his family.

William, 41, who is known locally as the Duke of Cornwall, arrived at St Mary’s Harbour on St Mary’s, the largest of the Scilly Isles by boat, having travelled from Tresco, one of the smaller islands this morning.

The Prince is continuing with his royal duties while the Princess of Wales receives treatment for abdominal cancer. In Nigeria, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle began the first day of their three-day visit to the African nation.

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Clearly in cheered spirits, and sharing that he’d already enjoyed a morning swim, the Prince was seen disembarking a boat called The Pegasus, which bore the Duke of Cornwall flag, as he arrived at St Mary’s maritime harbour.

A small cheer went up from a throng of onlookers on the harbour as he stepped quayside for the final day of his visit to the South West region.

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Wearing a pair of stylish sunglasses to protect his eyes from the Cornish sun, the Prince donned a brown blazer with matching brogues and his favourite navy chino trousers as he made his way along the water’s edge.

He hailed the ‘glorious’ weather before strolling to the On the Quay cafe, where he bought five traditional Cornish pasties for £5.50 each.

He was served by Joely Dearman, 22, and Zachariah Fox, 28, both seasonal workers from North Devon on the mainland.




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