Prince Charles discovers how his shirts are made at factory
The Prince of Wales turned tailor yesterday when he tried his hand at making a shirt. Charles sat behind a sewing machine when he visited the factory of his favourite shirt maker, Turnbull & Asser, sealing a 40-year relationship with the business. The company has been making the items of clothing for the heir to the throne since January 1973 and were one of the first firms to be granted a royal warrant by Charles in 1980. Charles accepted the offer of operating a sewing machine as he was shown around the factory by twin sisters Kath Cope and Bette Elton, who began working for the company in the 1960s.
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