March 15, 2021

Prince Charles & Camilla Celebrate Mother's Day with Touching Throwback Photos of Their Moms

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Prince Charles and Camilla shared the sweetest tributes on social media as they commemorated Mother’s Day, sharing lovely photos of their moms.

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla celebrated their moms in warm-hearted ways, taking to Instagram, showing photos of some of their moments with the matriarchs.

A lovely two-slide snapshot showing Prince Charles and the Queen enjoying a mom-son moment while seated at the Braemar Highland Games in 2010. The pair looked gracious, dressed regally.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales on a visit to the Museo del Oro Zenu on October 31, 2014 in Cartagena, Colombia | Photo: Getty Images


While the Queen rocked an elegant cream-folded dress and a hat, Prince Charles donned a dark green suit over his matching kilt. The Queen and her son were sharing hearty laughter. 

The second slide was a throwback photo of Camilla and her mom in 1990, spending some time together. The much younger Camilla donned a red outfit and a sweet smile while her aging mom looked radiant in a polka-dotted dress. 



Many of their fans were elated to see such rare photos, filing to the comment section and pouring all their love. Many shared that the couple looked relaxed and happy with their moms, adding that such was the importance of mothers.

Charles made an appearance at a pop-up COVID-19 vaccine center to check how the exercise was carried out.



The heir apparent and his wife Camilla weren’t the only ones that celebrated Mother's Day in the royal household as Queen Elizabeth also did her bit. The monarch’s post appeared on Instagram, showing how she celebrated the unique occasion

The Queen shared an old-time photo from 1940 where she was thirteen-years-old. In the picture, the young Queen Elizabeth stood with the Queen Mother, smiling at each other. 



The black-and-white photo was said to have been taken a day before the Queen turned 14. The image was dedicated to all moms across the world. The Queen's mother passed on in 2002, at the age of 101. 

Last week the Queen’s oldest son, Prince Charles, was in the news after he was seen making his first public appearance following his son, Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey. 



Charles made an appearance at a pop-up COVID-19 vaccine center to check how the exercise was carried out. Charles went around in high spirits, encouraging citizens to take the vaccine.

At a point, someone popped a question, asking him for comments on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview. Charles gave no reaction or comments, chuckling before continuing his survey around the vaccine center.


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