Camilla Parker Bowles reveals the TV show she is addicted to
The Duchess of Cornwall is addicted to this Australian TV series.
Her child Tom Parker Bowles revealed that the 71-year-old likes watching his TV show "Family Food Fight" on channel nine.
"She watched the first season and really enjoyed it," Tom told TV Week.
The 43-year-old judge on the program added, "She just laughs at me judging food. She's always a good, supportive mother. I'm hoping she'll like the second season too. She's always fascinated to know what I'm eating and doing."
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Tom admitted that his mother is also a fan of the British adaptation of "MasterChef."
Apparently, Camilla hasn't viewed the Australian version, although she appeared on the program with Prince Charles earlier this year.
During the cooking challenge, Charles was offered a range of local delicacies.
Camilla, who is also the patron, president and a member of numerous charities and organizations, was also shown in the kitchen talking with British-born chef Gary Mehigan, one of the MasterChef judges.
Recently, the couple joined Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander for the state dinner at Buckingham Palace.
The occasion was hosted by Queen Elizabeth II, who shone in a long-sleeved white gown, to mark the King and Queen of the Netherlands' two-day UK visit. Around 150 guests were invited to the grand dinner.
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall - alongside The Queen - welcome The King and Queen of The Netherlands to Buckingham Palace for a State Banquet held in their honour this evening. #NetherlandsStateVisit pic.twitter.com/zi2geDSudk— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) October 23, 2018
Ahead of the reception, Camilla posed for a group photograph with the Royals. She wore the Boucheron Honeycomb Tiara, which was given to her by the Queen.
That piece was the favorite of the Queen Mother before Her Majesty inherited it in 2002.
Camilla’s staggering appearance in a crown-like tiara came after the report that she would become Queen by law when the Queen dies.
Whether she likes it or not, the Duchess of Cornwall will be Queen Consort, according to a professor of public law at the University of Oxford.