Camilla from Cornwall turned 74 on Saturday and had an enriched weekend of family and social work.
The future princess consort, Camilla Parker Bowles, He turned 74 on Saturday, July 17. And before reaching the day of celebration, the Duchess fulfilled a series of tasks on the agenda that were well part of her celebration.
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Camilla Parker celebrates her birthday with a sweet message from the royal family
Prince Charles’s wife completed a return to the sun accompanied by several messages from the royal family. “We wish the Duchess of Cornwall a very happy birthday today,” wrote Kate and William, as did Queen Elizabeth II.
And through the account of Carlos and Camilla, Clarence House, thanked for all the congratulatory messages.
Wishing The Duchess of Cornwall a very happy birthday today! #HappyBirthdayHRH 🎂
Find out more about The Duchess’s life and work: https://t.co/iHZru5toGe pic.twitter.com/jXTVf0zhPK
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) July 17, 2021
Camilla and Carlos attended the Great Yorkshire Show where they saw rural life and agriculture first hand through demonstrations, displays and competitions. They met sheep, ponies, porcupines and even chickens on a lady’s head!
That’s right, the Duchess agreed with Deb Howe, owner of Eggucation, a project to learn about bird species and their protection. Together with the Duchess, he gave us a funny image of Camilla surprised and happy.
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Prince Charles and Camilla attended the Exter Cathedral, founded in 1050 and which continues to carry out musical, social and community events to this day. It is also home to a vast library and archive that also houses the Exter book – considered the oldest book in existence in English literature.
The visit of the royals It is because the city is celebrating its designation as a UNESCO city of literature. Also the launch of the Prince of Wales Nursing Cadet Scheme. In addition, as it is one of Carlos’s priorities, they spoke with some young people about sustainability projects and care for the environment.
And he broke cake! But to celebrate the anniversary of the prince’s countryside fund helping rural areas. Now they add and celebrate the organizations that came together for the community during the pandemic.