Prince Charles and Camilla visited Clapham Old Town today to celebrate the reopening of non-essential stores following the easing of coronavirus restrictions.
The Prince of Wales, 72, and the Duchess of Cornwall, 73, visited South London’s Main Street to mark the final takeover of the retail sector after UK lockdowns.
From walking into a barber shop to sipping a pint, Charles appeared in good spirits as he enjoyed a busy morning – which also included a trip to Michelin-starred restaurant, Trinity, run by Chef Adam Byatt.
Charles and Camilla’s journey comes nearly a week after Prince Harry accused his father of making him ‘suffer’ as a child on his new five-part show on AppleTV + The Me You Can’t See .
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall on a visit to Clapham Old Town, South London to celebrate the High Street and the retail sector as non-essential stores reopen and restrictions relating to coronaviruses are relieved
From walking into a hair salon to sipping a pint (pictured), Charles appeared in high spirits as he enjoyed a busy morning
It was as usual today for Charles and Camilla; visit a restaurant, pub, barbers and even firefighters when visiting Main Street
The couple’s visit also included a trip to Michelin-starred restaurant, Trinity, run by chef Adam Byatt (pictured center left)
In candid talks with Oprah Winfrey, the Duke of Sussex dropped another nuclear ‘truth bomb’ on the Royal Family accusing them of ‘utter silence’ and ‘neglect’ when Meghan was suicidal, and insisting that he would not be “intimidated into the silence” when he alleged that “The Firm” had “tricked” them, spread them out and threw them away.
But it was business as usual today for Charles and Camilla; visit a restaurant, pub, barber shop and even firefighters when visiting the main street.
Charles was all smiles as he chatted with the audience this morning – even bursting into laughter after grabbing a pint at the Prince of Wales pub and trying to drink it under his mask.
It comes after the prince was reportedly “deeply hurt” by his youngest son’s latest accusations – but he showed no signs of tension while charming the locals alongside his wife.
Dressing to impress, the royal put on her best fashion footing in a navy pinstripe suit, while Camilla sported a floral dress.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall meet locals on a visit to Clapham Old Town in south London
The Duchess of Cornwall watches the Prince of Wales study a pint he poured into the Prince of Wales public house
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall (pictured in the pub) visited South London’s Main Street to mark the recovery of the retail sector after UK lockdowns
Prince Charles arriving at Trinity Restaurant in Clapham alongside the elegant Duchess of Cornwall
It has been a difficult week for the Royal Family. Lord Dyson’s damning report on how Martin Bashir got his 1995 BBC Panorama with Princess Diana revealed that the shameful reporter deceived her with elaborate fiction that portrayed some of his relatives as traitors.
He ordered fake bank statements to secure his interview, but covered up his “deceptive behavior” in a “shocking stain” on the BBC’s nearly 100-year history.
The Duke of Cambridge said Bashir’s deception precipitated his parents’ divorce, “hurt countless others” and fueled “the paranoia and isolation” of his mother’s later years, while Prince Harry – who is based in California – also responded by saying her mother “had lost her”. life because of it ”.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall meet firefighters on a visit to Clapham Old Town today
The prince put his best foot forward in a navy striped suit, while Camilla (pictured together center) sported a floral dress
The Prince of Wales (center) and The Duchess of Cornwall (second from right) walk along the High Street as royal fans anxiously await the perfect photo of the royal couple
Prince Charles (second from left) and Camilla (second from right) appear in good spirits as they visit South London’s Main Street
Harry launched another attack on The Firm in his last interview with Oprah on Friday, saying he and his wife Meghan felt ‘trapped’ with ‘no option to leave’.
“I thought my family would help, but every request, request, warning, whatever it is, has just been greeted in total silence, total neglect,” he told the host of the chat show.
“We spent four years trying to make it work. We did everything we could to stay there and continue to play the part and get the job done. But Meghan was struggling. “
Harry said his family tried to stop him and Meghan from leaving while she was having suicidal thoughts, insisting they were ‘neglected’ and ‘trapped’ but did not regret leaving for THE.
He added: “This feeling of being trapped within the family, there was no option to leave. Finally, when I made this decision for my family, I was still told, “You can’t do this,” and it’s like, “Well, how bad has it got to get? until I’m allowed to do this? “. It [Meghan] was going to end his life. It shouldn’t have to be.
Royal biographer Phil Dampier said Harry’s trip to unveil a statue of Princess Diana with her brother William on July 1 would now be a ‘grave doubt’, particularly after the Duke of Sussex said London was a ‘ trigger ”of his anxiety.
And royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said there was now ‘clearly a huge rift between the Royal Family and the Sussexes’, while Harry biographer Angela Levin called his appearance ‘bogus and embarrassing’.