Stung by criticism over Diana, Britain’s royals show common touch

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By Michael Holden and Andrew MacAskill LONDON/EDINBURGH (Reuters) – The day after his mother, Britain’s longest serving monarch, died, King Charles and his wife Camilla surprised well-wishers gathered outside Buckingham Palace in London by getting out of their car to greet them. The following day his two sons, princes William and Harry, staged their own walkabout near Windsor Castle, to the delight of crowds of mourners with whom they spent 40 minutes shaking hands and chatting. Amid a meticulously…

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