The Prince of Wales after firing the midday gun on the Naryskin battlements in the centre of St Petersburg, Northern Russia. The Prince paid a poignant tribute to more than 500,000 Russians who died in the brutal Nazi siege of Leningrad during the Second World War. * Charles, who embarked on a three-day tour of Russia, travelled for a memorial ceremony at the Piskarevskoye cemetery near the encircled city which has now been renamed St Petersburg. 20/07/03 Hewitt, the former lover of Diana, Princess of Wales, has offered to hand over her love letters to her former husband - if he asks nicely, it was reported in The Sunday Telegragh. The former cavalry officer has attracted widespread criticism for allegedly attempting to sell the letters for up to 10 million. Hewitt said that until such a call came he would continue to entertain offers from private buyers, the newspaper added. He is due to be the subject of a documentary on Channel 4 on Thursday evening about his attempts to sell the letters. 05/08/03 : Prince of Wales, who was expected to arrive for the latest royal visit to Scotland by train ahead of appointments in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Elgin. Charles, known as the Duke of Rothesay in Scotland, was arriving at Glasgow s Central Station where he was meeting Lord Provost Liz Cameron and station manager Colin Weir. He was then being given a tour of the Glasgow headquarters of engineering manufacturers The Weir Group PLC.