Prince Charles throws Camilla a 70th birthday party

Brunilde Fioravanti
Июля 17, 2017

She held a garden party for her staff and her many charities on Thursday at Clarence House in London.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall turns 70 on Monday - and she is being celebrated with an official new portrait.

The royal couple were photographed in May in the morning room at Clarence House, with the Duchess wearing a navy blue dress coat with white embroidery by Fiona Clare, while the Prince wears a suit, shirt and tie. In a statement, the photographer said he was "honored" to capture the couple "on this very important date", noting that after he first photographed her in 2006 he "discovered a kind and attractive person with a wonderful sense of humor".

Among his best-known pictures are a series of informal portraits of the late Princess Diana taken months before her death in 1997.

Prince Charles' wife Camilla is turning 70 with few complaints, although she admits her feet are sore after a long day of royal duties.

Her step-sons Prince William and Prince Harry attended along with her own children Tom Parker Bowles and Laura Lopes.

She always did charity work but it was very low profile, and then she took on some perhaps less glamorous charities, and very, very slowly she just was herself and people saw what a nice lady she is.

Camilla's ex-husband Andrew Parker Bowles was also there. Charles and Camilla married in a low-key ceremony in 2005.

Junor made the astonishing claim that Diana confronted Camilla publicly at a party about her relationship with Charles and left a chilling message on her answer phone which said: "I've sent someone to kill you".

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, have unveiled their official portrait ahead of Camilla's 70th birthday on Monday. "Look out of the window; can you see them?"

Ms Seward said: The whole Diana situation has always been very hard for Camilla. But she also couldn't forgive the princess for deliberately saying things to "damage Charles".

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