Royals remember the Holocaust and address the future

Prince Charles travelled to Israel for a series of important engagements remembering the Holocaust 75 years on.

At home, two photos taken of survivors by the Duchess of Cambridge were released to mark Holocaust Memorial Day before she and William joined a commemorative service on the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.

Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers (@rjmyers), who travelled to Israel to report on the Prince of Wales' visit, joins Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper (@anngripper) for an (almost) Sussex free episode looking at a busy week of royal engagements.

They discuss Kate's 5 Big Questions early years project and Charles' environmental plea - particularly in the light of his use of private flights to get around. Prince Andrew is back on the front page for the wrong reasons, but has had the side effect of alerting Americans to the case of Harry Dunn.

And with BAFTA encouraging guests to rewear an old outfit, hire one or pick vintage, listeners share their pick of the gowns they would like to see Kate give another outing to.

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