Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, revealed what life is like with the future king and reflected on the public reaction she faced when they met.
Camilla Parker Bowles, Duchess of Cornwall, admits that it is “not easy” to find time to spend time with Prince Charles, her 17-year-old husband, due to his demanding work schedule.
“Sometimes it’s not easy, but we always try to have a time of day when we meet,” he said. British vogue of his routine with the future king, reports Page Six.
“Sometimes it’s like boats passing by at night, but we always sit together and have a cup of tea and talk about the day. We have a moment, “he said.
“It’s great to catch up when we have some time. You know that when we leave, the best thing is that we sit down and read our books in different corners of the same room. It’s very relaxing because you know you don’t have to talk. Just sit back and be together. “
Camilla, 74, and the Prince of Wales, 73, had a relationship before they both married other people, with Bowles marrying Andrew Parker Bowles, a British army officer whose She divorced in 1995. They have children, Tom, 47, and Laura, 44.
Prince Charles married Princess Diana and welcomed his children, William and Harry, in 1982 and 1984, respectively. The royal family separated in 1992 and were officially divorced in 1996 following the infidelity of both parties.
Camilla was caught up in the middle of her drama, with many taking sides, especially after Diana’s death in 1997.
“It’s not easy,” he said of the public reaction at the time. “I was examined for so long that you just have to find a way to live there. Nobody likes to be looked at all the time and, you know, criticized and … But I think in the end m “I get up and move on. You have to move on with life.”
What she did, she married Prince Charles in 2005 and has taken her royal duties seriously since then, she recently attended the Royal Ascot with her husband instead of the Queen, who was unable to attend. the event.
During her service, Camilla was formally recognized as the Royal Lady of the Order of the League, six months after her appointment.
In February, the queen officially supported Camilla as the future queen consort, which will happen when one day Charles takes the throne.
In a royal engagement later that month, the duchess said she was “very honored and very touched” by the gesture.
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