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Prince Charles meets pop queen Cheryl Cole at charity event

London , Fri, 24 Feb 2012 ANI

London, Feb 24 (ANI): Prince Charles was seen talking and joking with Cheryl Cole at a star-studded dinner for his Prince's Trust charity.


Cole, 28, sashayed into the Prince's Trust Invest In Futures dinner at the Savoy Hotel wearing a floor-length Grecian-style white dress, while the 63-year-old prince looked natty in double-breasted suit, the Daily Mail reported.


The singer was positively glowing as she made her way into the event, flashing a big smile before heading in to join the other famous faces inside the hotel.


Cole hemmed in her sleek number with a thin black belt, which she matched with a black clutch bag. Her shoes were not visible underneath the long dress.


According to the Sun, celebrities included at the event were former footballer Gary Lineker and wife Danielle, Jools Holland, Lulu and Michael McIntyre.


The Prince's Trust Invest In Futures is an initiative that unites the financial services industry for the common cause of investing in disadvantaged young people and helping them become economically active.


Launched in 2005 by Michael Marks CBE, the initiative has raised more than an incredible 12.5 million pounds for The Prince's Trust, supporting tens of thousands of young people into jobs, education, training or volunteering. (ANI)


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