Duchess of Cornwall’s birthday: Clarence House posts photo

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By Claire Toureille for Mailonline and Rebecca Royal English correspondent for The Daily Mail

Clarence House published a portrait of the Duchess of Cornwall to mark her 73rd birthday this Friday.

In the photo, Camilla is seen beaming as she poses in the lush greenery of the Clarence House gardens, which she shares with Prince Charles, 71.

The photograph was taken at their London residence earlier this week by photographer Chris Jackson.

For the occasion, Camilla has recycled a blue dress that she has privileged during several recent official outings, notably during a visit to the Youth Action Wiltshire Oxenwood Outdoor Activity Center near Marlborough on Wednesday, by her beloved designer Anna Valentine .

Clarence House posted a photo of the Duchess of Cornwall on her 73rd birthday this Friday

The royal accessorized with a pair of seed beads earrings, a silver bracelet and a smart watch.

Her blond bob was styled with flawless brushing, and she sported a pinch of blush for a healthy glow.

Camilla, married to the Prince of Wales for 15 years, will spend the day with her family at Raymill, her private home in Wiltshire.

She spoke of how much she enjoys seeing her grandchildren – without touching them yet – after returning from Scotland where she spent confinement.

The Duchess of Cornwall during a visit to Marlborough on July 14, wearing the same dress.  The Royal has resumed some of its official commitments since the relaxation of the lock

The Duchess of Cornwall during a visit to Marlborough on July 14, wearing the same dress. The Royal has resumed some of its official commitments since the relaxation of the lock

The Duchess will spend the day with her family in her Wilshire home.  Here she is pictured with the Prince of Wales on the occasion of Wales Week in 2019, taken from their Welsh residence Llwynywormwoo in Myddfai

The Duchess will spend the day with her family in her Wilshire home. Here she is pictured with the Prince of Wales on the occasion of Wales Week in 2019, taken from their Welsh residence Llwynywormwoo in Myddfai

The Duchess is now back making a limited number of public engagements at a social distance.

She spent the day before her birthday in London, where she paid tribute to Chelsea retirees who lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic during a visit to their London home.

The king’s future wife looked elegant in a white Fiona Clare coat and matching gloves when she arrived at the Royal Hospital Chelsea to deliver a speech and inspect the 30 retirees on parade.

She said to them, “I know you’ve been going through a particularly difficult time lately, having lost ten retirees at Covid-19. I would like to express my sincere sympathy to the families of those who have passed away and to each of you as you go through the painful process of adaptation to the gap left by these beloved friends.

Camilla went on to say that parade participants know “the challenges and sacrifices of military duty,” adding that the country had also turned to a younger generation of soldiers and women as the pandemic broke out to help build lives. hospitals, establish test sites, repatriate citizens and deliver PPE at home and abroad.

Camilla looked elegant in a white Fiona Clare coat and matching gloves when she arrived at Royal Hospital Chelsea this month.  She finished the outfit with a cream clutch, a summer hat and bare shoes

Camilla looked elegant in a white Fiona Clare coat and matching gloves when she arrived at Royal Hospital Chelsea this month. She finished the outfit with a cream clutch, a summer hat and bare shoes

“In wartime and in peacetime, whether seen or invisible, the armed forces support and strengthen our nation, as each of you Chelsea Pensioners has done throughout your career,” he said. she declared.

“I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for all that you have done for us.

“Ladies and gentlemen, you are a source of inspiration, comfort and pride for this country, and as a retired colleague, I salute you all. “

The event took place after the annual Founders’ Day, which is normally held in June, was canceled due to the health crisis.

Camilla survived the coronavirus pandemic in Scotland, but has accompanied the Prince of Wales on several official engagements since the lockout was eased in June.

Far from remaining idle, the Duchess has remained in contact with the numerous charities of which she is the patroness via videoconferences during her time of isolation.

The Duchess of Cornwall paid tribute to Chelsea pensioners who lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic during a visit to their London home this week.  Pictured during the event

The Duchess of Cornwall paid tribute to Chelsea pensioners who lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic during a visit to their London home this week. Pictured during the event

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