Funny who you bump into..

As spotted by esmereldavillalobos. A certain heir to the British throne and his wife are visiting Northern Ireland and today they stopped by the Fivemiletown Creamery in County Tyrone, where, according to the NIO statement, they went on to meet, among others, the Sinn Féin MP for the area, Ms Michelle Gildernew MP MLA [shurely shome mishtake? – Ed] Update A mistake it was. Red faces at the NIO? They’ve now removed Ms Gildernew’s name from the published list.From the NIO statement –

Notes to Editors

On arrival TRH were met by His Grace The Duke of Abercorn KG, Lord-Lieutenant of County Tyrone and went on to meet;

Dr William Stewart, Sheriff for County Tyrone

Councillor Norman Badger, Deputy Chairman Dungannon District Council

Mr John Campbell, Chief Executive Dungannon District Council

Ms Michelle Gildernew MP MLA, Member of Parliament for Fermanagh and South Tyrone

Mr David Cairns MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

Mr Pat Toal, Permanent Secretary Department of Agriculture and Rural Development

Mr Ian McClure, Chairman Fivemiletown Creamery

Mr Mervyn McCaughey, Managing Director Fivemiletown Creamery

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