Prince Charles in the hunt for a digital agency

HRH The Prince of Wales is looking for a digital agency to redesign his official website, princeofwales.gov.uk.

Clarence House, which represents Prince Charles, The Duchess of Cornwall and the Princes William and Harry, is handling the review, and has contacted a number of agencies with the brief. Revisions under consideration are understood to include a more detailed diary of the family's activities.

Prince Charles has had his own website since 1998. The site has not been redesigned since its launch and currently includes news, information about the Royal Family members, the Prince's annual review of the year and a diary of upcoming engagements.

A spokesman for Clarence House said: "We have made no decisions on what any change might include - it could be anything from a complete redesign to much smaller modifications."

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