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He is loved and adored." At Saratov war memorial, the Prince spoke with local leaders of his sadness that 20 million Russians - including 380,000 from this small region - had lost their lives in the Second World War.Prince Michael told The Sunday Telegraph: "They are a very resilient people and they have suffered a great deal under communism and before that.I admire their steel and resolution and resilience." Resilience is something the prince knows all about.In Britain, the grandson of King George V and Queen Mary, has only a walk-on part in the Royal family.But our lives became more and more in London, and our children wanted their own apartments in London, so sadly we parted with it." What of the portrayal of the Kents' marriage?"I think people put two and two together and make five. The Princess is a writer and she likes to get to write.

"It was an ugly period for us, but thank God that is now in the past.Or it might be that Prince Michael clearly loves the country that he has visited almost 50 times since 1992, shortly after the fall of the old Soviet Union.Russians say that the Prince is the only member of the British Royal family who understands the "spirit" of the country."I try to break down the prejudices and allow the two sides to get to know each other better," he told The Sunday Telegraph.Arriving last Monday evening at Saratov airport, he walked down the steps of his host's private jet to be honoured with a "salt and bread" ceremony, a traditional Slavic greeting kept only for the most revered guests.

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