Kate and Prince William publicly marked the 73rd birthday of Camilla by sharing a sweet tribute on their social media accounts. The Duke and Duches
Kate and Prince William publicly marked the 73rd birthday of Camilla by sharing a sweet tribute on their social media accounts. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrote on Twitter: “Wishing a very Happy Birthday to The Duchess of Cornwall!”
The message also included a cake and red baloon emoji.
The couple also added a picture taken on February 11, when Camilla and Prince Charles joined Kate and William for a first joint royal engagement.
In the snap, Camilla, Kate and Prince William are laughing at something said by the Prince of Wales.
On that day, the royal couples visited the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre in Loughborough.
To mark Camilla’s 73rd birthday, Clarence House released yesterday a stunning new picture of the Duchess.
The snap was taken in the gardens of her official residence in London earlier this week by Chris Jackson, and depicts a smiling Duchess wearing a blue dress.
Camilla has been one of the first royals to resume face-to-face engagements.
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In mid-June, the Duchess visited NHS staff at a Gloucestershire hospital with Prince Charles to thank frontline workers of their continuous work during the pandemic.
They later travelled to London to meet Emmanuel Macron to mark the 80th anniversary of Charles De Gaulle’s famous Appel.
Before returning to the capital, the prince and the duchess had spent months in self-isolation at their Scottish home in Birkhall.
There, Prince Charles tested positive for coronavirus after having experienced mild flu-like symptoms.
Following this diagnosis, Camilla remained in quarantine for 14 days, while Prince Charles left it after seven.
While the heir apparent to the throne is working full time in souther England, having carried out recently engagements both in London and Briston, Kate and Prince William are yet to return to the capital.
The couple have also resumed face-to-face engagements, holding most of their royal visits outdoors to reduce the posibility of catching coronavirus.
Over the past few weeks, Kate and William have vsited local shops in Sandringham to back their return to work.
The Duke also visited his local pub, the Rose & Crown, to celebrate its reopening on July 4.
More recently, Kate appeared on BBC Breakfast to shine a light on Tiny Happy People, a platform launched by the broadcaster to help new parents.
Discussing the initiative with BBC Breakfast’s Louise Minchin, Kate branded the resources on the Tiny Happy People online platform as “gold dust” for parents.
Speaking to parents who have been trialling this platform, Kate also revealed her younger son, Prince Louis, doesn’t quite grasp the concept of social-distancing.
She said: “Louis doesn’t understand social distancing.
“He goes out wanting to cuddle anything. Especially babies younger than him.”