Duchess Camilla Made an Appearance at Dolau Bran Lunch Club to Celebrate Their 40th Anniversary
The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker-Bowles, made an appearance at The Dolau Bran Lunch Club in Llandovery. The 71-year-old royal looked chic in a denim dress as she performed her duties.
Duchess Camilla proved she is all for performing her duties and looking elegant while at it as she visited The Dolau Bran Lunch Club to celebrate their 40th anniversary.
Dressed in a chic blue denim dress and nude heels, Camilla dispensed her royal duties and chatted with people in the community.
Camilla kept things simple with a gold bracelet and minimal makeup to complement her iconic blonde curls.
This was the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall’s fifteenth annual summer visit to Wales, and the duchess made the most of it.
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The Dolau Bran Lunch Club in Llandovery offers a vital community service to older people, who can come and make friends while enjoying a hot meal. Today The Duchess of Cornwall, President of the Royal Voluntary Service, helped the club’s members celebrate its 40th anniversary today! 🎉 Club member Irene is celebrating her 100th birthday this month - The Duchess gave Irene a card and said: “I’m so glad I was able to come here to celebrate with you all.”
During her visit to the lunch club, Camilla gifted a club member, Irene Walters, a card for her 100th birthday. While she chatted with Irene, Clarence House reports that the duchess said:
“I’m so glad I was able to come here to celebrate with you all.”
It seems the Duchess has a love for blue dresses.
After the visit to the club, Camilla spotted a light blue shift dress for a musical event that was hosted at her and Prince Charles’ Welsh residence.
Looking every bit of the Royal that she is, Camilla looked sophisticated as she covered up with a pashmina and rocked a pair of peach heels. She accessorized with a pearl necklace and drop earrings.
CAMILLA PARKER-BOWLES’ CHILDREN AND ROYAL TITLES
Camilla has been a member of the British Royal Family for more than a decade, and that begs the question of if her children from her ex-husband, Andrew Parker-Bowles have royal titles.
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”It’s a particular joy to visit County Wicklow on this occasion and to receive such a warm and friendly welcome” - The Prince of Wales, on Day 1 of #RoyalVisitIreland. Today began at Glencree Peace and Reconciliation Centre, where The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall were welcomed by the President of Ireland and his wife, Mrs Sabina Higgins. Later, The Prince visited @coolplanetexperience, where children were making plastic-free alternatives to water bottles. Cool Planet Experience aim to encourage the people of Ireland to take climate action. Meanwhile, The Duchess visited Bray Women’s Shelter, who provide short term crisis accommodation to women and children who have experienced domestic abuse. 📸 @pa
Unfortunately, they are not, according to Cheat Sheet. Although Camilla was given the title of ‘Her Royal Highness’ upon her marriage to Prince Charles in 2005, her two kids, Tom and Laura, do not have such privilege.
Nevertheless, they do well to attend special events with the royal family.
There are speculations that upon Prince Charles ascending the throne, he can bestow them titles. However, until then, it remains only speculation.