Prince and Paulines

27th November 2009 at 00:00

The Prince of Wales met "fiendishly talented" pupils as he celebrated the 500th anniversary of the world-famous St Paul's School Barnes, London. Former pupils - known as Old Paulines - include Samuel Pepys and the first Duke of Marlborough. Charles said he did not doubt that many of the school's current pupils would go on to have great influence. "I was particularly encouraged to discover before coming here how may Old Paulines have played such a significant part in this country's history," he told pupils during a visit to the school.

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