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The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are joined by Croatian dancers for the couple's 2016 Christmas greetings card.
Charles and Camilla are surrounded by members of the HKUD Osijek 1862 group who they met during the royal couple's tour of Croatia and the western Balkans in March.
The group, members of the Croatian Cultural Artistic Society, are wearing traditional national costumes and entertained the duo with a local dance.
On the inside of the card accompanied by the message: "Wishing you a very Happy Christmas and New Year."
It will be sent as usual to organisations and individuals associated with the royal couple.
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