Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall are often seen laughing and joking when completing royal engagements. The happy couple have been to
Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall are often seen laughing and joking when completing royal engagements. The happy couple have been together for years, and it is evident how much Camilla is devoted to her husband by the way she has spoken about him in the past.
To mark his 70th birthday a few years ago, Camilla praised Charles for being such an excellent grandfather.
On the BBC documentary, Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70, Camilla said: “He will get down on his knees and crawl about with them for hours, you know making funny noises and laughing and my grandchildren adore him, absolutely adore him.”
And as well as being good with children, Camilla also praised Charles for his “kindness” in an interview with The Telegraph in 2018.
Camilla said: “I don’t think people see his incredible kindness and the things he does behind the scenes.
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“People who worked for him years ago will write to him and if they’ve fallen on hard times he’ll do everything he can to help them.”
Camilla added: “The other thing, which probably doesn’t come over as well as it should, is that he has got a very good sense of humour. He’s very funny.”
Camilla will be celebrating her birthday this month, and her birthstone is a ruby.
The Royal’s birthstone also reveals a deeper, secret meaning for the Duchess.
“In fact French jewellers in the 1800s referred to the ruby as the “dearly loved stone.”
While there is no doubt Camilla is utterly devoted to her husband, it is also abundantly evident just how much Prince Charles loves Camilla as well.
Royal fans often comment on how happy the couple are when they are spending time together, at home or out in public.
To mark their 15th wedding anniversary earlier this year, the couple shared an adorable picture of them both beaming outside their Birkhall residence with their two beloved dogs.
The pair also spent the entire lockdown together on the royal Balmoral Estate in Scotland.
When Charles tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this year, Camilla was staying at the Estate although she was isolated in another part of the building.
The couple recently started returning to in-person royal engagements last month as UK lockdown restrictions begin to be eased.
The pair visited a hospital in Gloucestershire, and were seen smiling and at ease with one another as they thanked NHS staff for their efforts during the pandemic.