Prince Charles visits injured servicemen in Birmingham

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The Prince of Wales has made his third visit of the year to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham to meet injured servicemen.

He spent three hours talking to 16 patients at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, the centre for armed service members injured overseas, as well as being introduced to various members of staff.

Davina Thomas, matron of the neurological science ward, said meeting Prince Charles was "an absolute honour".

She added: "He's taken a real interest in our troops and in what's going on with our patients on the ward."

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