The royal holiday is over and The Duchess of Cornwall is back to work. She's as busy as ever and on 5th September Camilla carried out her first day of engagements after summer break. The Duchess started her day visiting the newly refurbished facilities at the Victory Services Club. The organization was Founded in … Continue reading Weekly Recap: Royal School of Needlework & Moat Brae House and Gardens
Will Camilla be Queen Consort ? Is a frequently asked question in my socials and the answer is: yes, she will be the Queen Consort. Of course everything is possible and I absolutely can't predict the future so I'm not saying this is 100% what her title is going to be, I'm saying it's what … Continue reading Royally Speaking: Will Camilla be Queen Consort ?
The Duchess of Cornwall wrote a foreword to a collection of prayers of Katherine Parr, a former Queen Consort of England and sixth wife of King Henry VIII. In 1543, Katherine anonymously published her first book, "Psalms or Prayers". Her second book, "Prayers or Meditations", became the first book published by an English queen under her … Continue reading Katherine Parr: Camilla’s favorite Tudor Queen
I would like to start by saying that this post is not meant to offend anyone or even change opinions, it's just me sharing my thoughts and feelings. What really motivated me to write this post was the disrespectful and crazy attitude of some royal fan pages that photoshopped Diana in the new family pictures and … Continue reading Hate Is Never Okay!
Camilla Rosemary Shand was born at King’s College Hospital on 17 July 1947, she’s the eldest child of Major Bruce Shand and Rosalind Cubitt. The Shand family lived in The Laines, an 18th-century country house in Plumpton, East Sussex and a three-storey house in South Kensington, the family's second home. The Duchess of … Continue reading About The Duchess of Cornwall