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Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, did more than create goodwill when she visited a cancer care center in London recently – she created artworks as well.

The wife of Prince Charles added the finishing touches to a nature collage made by patients at one of the Maggie's Centres' – of which she is president – art therapy classes during a trip last week.

The unit, at Charing Cross Hospital in Hammersmith, west London, is one of six across the country that offers a free-of-charge domestic haven for cancer patients to receive emotional and psychological support in a homely and relaxed environment.

According to the Press Association, the Duchess of Cornwall became involved with the organization after a visit to the Edinburgh unit in June this year and will now carry out a formal role as the charity’s president.

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