Duchess of Cornwell Camilla inspected Brook Hospital for Animal on Friday as part of her Egypt’s visit program.
The Duchess was impressed with the hospital’s system, and the working staff as she exchanged some conversations with several of the hospital’s officials and doctors.
Moreover, a staff member gifted the Royal lady a souvenir before she had a group picture with the hospital’s staff, and signed her name on the VIP guest list.
Founded in 1934, the idea of establishing the hospital was inspired by Dorothy Brooke, the wife of General Geoffry Brook, Cairo’s visit after World War I.
She realized that all street horses that were employed by workers became so weak which raised the necessity of finding a well-qualified place for treating those horses which are working in unbearable conditions.
The hospital is located in Al Sayeda Zainab district, and it presents all medical services for all horses and mules for free.
It is worthy to mention that Prince Charles, the Crown Prince of the British throne, and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwell Camilla, arrived in Egypt on Thursday in their Middle East trip’s second stop after Jordan.
The Royal couple had a meeting with President Abdel Fattah Sisi, and the First Lady Intisar Sisi, alongside, having several tours and visits in Cairo.