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Crown Prince Phillip’s sister, Cherie, will be making a surprise visit to a local bushfire emergency service in south west Victoria today.
Cherie is in the southern resort town of St Albans this week for the state’s third annual state of the country summit, at which the state’s minister for regional affairs and regional health will deliver the State of the State address.
Cherie arrived in the northern town of Dunmore today to be briefed about the weather conditions on the ground in the state, which she expects to see on Tuesday.
She spent time at various fire safety training centres this week in South Australia, which are being used to provide extra training and resources, and at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in Adelaide.
She is due to return to Dunmore on Wednesday.
Cherie will join her father, Prince Philip, on her first state of the country visit for t여수출장마사지he last three years.
It’s an event the royal family will be attending for th카지노e first time in two decades.
Cherie is making the second visit of her family to the state as she looks to raise awareness about the health risks associated with bushfires.
She has previously spoken out about the importance of the state firefighting mission, including the fact that there are more than 900 firefighters in the bush.
“There are a lot of reasons why we’re being asked to go out tSM 카지노here,” she said at the State of the State meeting.
“We’re working with partners to try and reduce the risk we’re doing to residents here.”
Cherie said while her first-hand experience of bushfires was in the bush, she now had “blessed” the advice she had received from Victoria and South Australia when bushfires were a bigger risk to people’s lives.
She said it was her experience that the best chance of saving lives was to stay alert, and she encouraged her sister-in-law and Prince Philip to focus on protecting people as much as it made sense.
Cherie noted how much time she had worked in the field, in a few different locations, to reduce bushfire risk.
“I’m quite familiar with what’s going on around the world,” she said.
“I’m not suggesting that we’re perfect. We don’t. I just believe what we do at home is a good idea.”
Cherie has also given her sister an opportunity t