Camilla Parker Bowles enjoys 71st birthday celebration with a beautiful cake

Jul 19, 2018
12:47 A.M.
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The Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles made a short stop in their trip to the Isles of Scilly to relish the unique locally baked delicacy.


Camilla Parker Bowles, who turned 71 on July 17, received a special treat from a local bakery on her birthday, as reported by The Sun.

Bowles was touring with Prince Charles across Cornwall, when a famous local bakery prepared a special cake for her birthday, with the words ‘Happy Birthday Ma’am’ written on it with brown-colored icing.

Crowds gathered around the royal couple and cheered for the Duchess as she blew the birthday candles and cut the cake. Soon, Bowles and her husband were photographed feasting on a generous slice of the cake.

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The joyous occasion was celebrated in the midst of the royal couple’s annual tour of Cornwall. The duo also visited the local markets, where they explored gin and beer.

Following the celebration, the Duke and Duchess proceeded to St. Mary’s to inaugurate a renovated dockside on the island, as reported by Express.


The trip also includes a meeting with members of the Isles’ Smart Islands Partnership Programme to discuss solutions for the island’s waste management, energy, water and sewage management needs.

The Duchess’ arrival at the island was commemorated with a bouquet, and after a brief cake-cutting ceremony, Bowles and Prince Charles got a tour of the local vendors and community groups.


The last week has been a happening one for the royal family, with many events preceding the Duchess’ birthday.

Bowles was present with other family members at the christening of baby Prince Louis and also joined the family at Buckingham Palace in witnessing the magnificent RAF flyover.


While Prince Charles’ birthday is four months away, it will be a significant one this year, since the Prince will turn 70 years old.

Prince Charles and Camilla have been married since 2005 when they tied the knot at Windsor Guildhall. 

As the wife of the next royal descendent entitled to the throne, it is reportedly believed by some royal commentators that she may be given the title of the Queen when Prince Charles is crowned as the King of the monarchy.