Duchess of Cornwall presented Princess Anne with honorary degree today
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Princess Anne received an honorary degree today at the University of Aberdeen. Duchess of Cornwall presented her with an honorary degree in a recognition of her extensive charity work.

Camilla is known as the Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland. She received the title after marrying Prince Charles. She is the chancellor of the university. She looked excited to present the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws to her sister-in-law.

Duchess of Cornwall was excited this morning when she entered the university. She welcomed scholars including Pro-Chancellor Professor Iain Torrance.

Princess Anne is the sponsor of Save the Children, a charity she served as president for 46 years. She visited in countries including China, Cambodia, Botswana, Madagascar, and the Philippines for her project work.

She is also linked with another 300 charities, organizations and military troops in the UK and overseas.