Happy Birthday, Camilla, you're the best! The Duchess of Cornwall is beaming as she poses in her favorite Anna Valentine's dress in a portrait that Clarence House published for her 73rd birthday
- Clarence House published the beautiful snapshot of the Duchess of Cornwall for her birthday
- Camilla, who turns 73 on Friday, shines on the trees in the garden of Clarence House
- Prince Charles & # 39; wife wearing Anna Valentine's favorite dress in the picture
Clarence House has released a portrait of the Duchess of Cornwall this Friday to mark her 73rd birthday.
In the picture, Camilla can be seen beaming as she poses in the lush greenery of the gardens of the Clarence House garden, which she shares with Prince Charles .
The photo was taken earlier this week by photographer Chris Jackson at her London residence.
On this occasion, Camilla recycled a blue shift dress that she had recently favored on several official trips, including a visit to her beloved designer Anna Valentine at the Wilenhire Oxenwood Outdoor Activity Center near Marlborough.
Clarence House released a picture of the Duchess of Cornwall this Friday to mark her 73rd birthday
The Royal is equipped with a pair of drop pearl earrings, a silver bracelet and a chic watch.
Her blonde bob was styled in an impeccable hair dryer and she carried a dash of blush for a healthy glow.
Camilla, who has been married to the Prince of Wales for 15 years, will spend the day with her family in Raymill, their private home in Wiltshire.
She talked about how much she enjoyed seeing her grandchildren – even though they haven't touched them yet – after she returned from Scotland, where she was locked.
The Duchess of Cornwall in the same dress during a visit to Marlborough on July 14th. The Queen has resumed some of her official commitments since the blockade was relaxed
The Duchess will spend the day with her family in her Wilshire home. Here she is pictured with the Prince of Wales on the occasion of Wales Week 2019 in her Welsh residence Llwynywormwoo in Myddfai
The Duchess is back now and is carrying out a limited number of socially distant public engagements.
She spent the day before her birthday in London, paying tribute to the Chelsea pensioners who lost their lives during a visit to their home in London during the coronavirus pandemic.
The future king's wife looked elegant in a white Fiona Clare coat and matching gloves when she arrived at the Royal Hospital in Chelsea to make a speech and inspect the 30 retirees on the parade.
She said to them, "I know you have had a particularly tough time lately and lost ten retirees to Covid-19. I would like to express my deepest sympathy to the families of the deceased and to each of you as you go through the painful process of adjusting to the void these loved friends have left. "
Camilla continued that the parade participants knew "about the challenges and victims of military service," adding that when the pandemic broke out, the country also turned to a younger generation of soldiers and women to help build hospitals, Helping citizens set up test centers and repatriation and delivering PPE at home and abroad.
Camilla looked elegant in a white Fiona Clare coat and matching gloves when she arrived at the Royal Hospital Chelsea this month. She finished the outfit with a cream-colored clutch, a summer hat and bare shoes
"In times of war and peace, whether seen or invisible, the armed forces support and strengthen our nation, just like any of you Chelsea retirees did during your career," she said.
“I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything you have done for us.
“Ladies and gentlemen, you are a source of inspiration, reassurance and pride for this country, and as a colleague of pensioners, I greet you all. "
The event took place after the annual start-up day, which usually takes place in June, was canceled due to the health crisis.
Camilla has survived the coronavirus pandemic in Scotland, but has accompanied the Prince of Wales on several official engagements since the blockade was eased in June.
Far from remaining idle, the Duchess stayed in touch with the many charities of which she is the patron during her isolated time through video conferencing.
The Duchess of Cornwall paid tribute to the Chelsea retirees who lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic when they visited their London home this week. Pictured at the event