Monaco: Prince commemorates 100th year for adventurers
Prince Albert heads to Cambridge
Prince Albert II is visiting Cambridge in the south of England today for a series of conferences to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Robert Falcon Scott’s Antarctic expedition.
The Prince will pay his respects on the 100th anniversary of the disastrous conclusion to the Antarctic Expedition led by Robert Falcon Scott (1868-1912) in which he and his four companions died.
He will also attend a presentation talk given by writer David Crane and Max Jones, a lecturer at the University of Manchester.
The Duke of Edinburgh will join Prince Albert in the evening for a gala dinner held at Corpus Christi College, with friends of the three adventurers, Scott, Wilson and Bowers.
A 4-month long exhibition is also taking place at the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff, marking the brave trio’s 100th year anniversary.