Camilla and the way she looks at Charles- a selection.

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Camilla and the way she looks at Charles- a selection.

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The Duchess of Cornwall’s Patronages
Scottish Women’s Rural Institute, Ballater branch (Honorary Member from 20.09.2006) 

With 770 institutes it is one of the principal educational organisations for women in Scotland. Being a member allows women of all ages the opportunity to learn new skills, participate in a wide range of activities and enjoy the friendship of others. Events are organised at local, federation and national level and there is something for everyone to enjoy.

The Duchess of Cornwall’s Patronages

Scottish Women’s Rural Institute, Ballater branch (Honorary Member from 20.09.2006) 

With 770 institutes it is one of the principal educational organisations for women in Scotland. Being a member allows women of all ages the opportunity to learn new skills, participate in a wide range of activities and enjoy the friendship of others. Events are organised at local, federation and national level and there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Darling thank you very much I really loved the video. For a moment I felt my heart beating really fast and I started shaking my hands were cold. Good job and I really love you. Thanks thanks thanks for sharing the video ♡


Hello Bella,

I’m glad you enjoyed the video :) I’ve always longed to find it because I really love the pictures :)

This video of Camilla, Gus and Louis made my life complete. It’s just the cutest thing ever!

Camilla’s hat collection  ♛ 
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Camilla’s hat collection   

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04.02.2009

04.02.2009

Camilla and the way she looks at Charles- a selection.

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Camilla and the way she looks at Charles- a selection.

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The Duchess of Cornwall’s Patronages
Scottish National Equestrian Centre (Patron from 01.01.2007)

The Scottish National Equestrian Centre is the state of the art venue for all your equestrian sports and activities. Situated in rural West Lothian the centre is just 15 minutes from Edinburgh Airport and has excellent access to both the M8 & M9 motorways, thereby ensuring that access to the centre is easy for competitors and spectators from the United Kingdom and other European countries alike.The centre boasts some fantastic facilities, including an international arena with viewing area, warm up arena, outdoor grass arena and six furlong all-weather gallops. We also have accommodation for both the horse and rider and full catering and conference facilities.SRUC Oatridge Campus, together with Sport Scotland, Scottish Enterprise and Horse Scotland, have funded the £3.5 million initial build of the centre. With bookings from all equestrian disciplines and interest groups; we have and will be playing host to many large events; international seminars; demonstrations and national and international competitions whilst staying in contact with the grass roots of Pony and Riding Club activities.The Scottish National Equestrian Centre is ‘the’ venue for all equestrian and rural events in Scotland.

The Duchess of Cornwall’s Patronages

Scottish National Equestrian Centre (Patron from 01.01.2007)

The Scottish National Equestrian Centre is the state of the art venue for all your equestrian sports and activities. Situated in rural West Lothian the centre is just 15 minutes from Edinburgh Airport and has excellent access to both the M8 & M9 motorways, thereby ensuring that access to the centre is easy for competitors and spectators from the United Kingdom and other European countries alike.
The centre boasts some fantastic facilities, including an international arena with viewing area, warm up arena, outdoor grass arena and six furlong all-weather gallops. We also have accommodation for both the horse and rider and full catering and conference facilities.
SRUC Oatridge Campus, together with Sport Scotland, Scottish Enterprise and Horse Scotland, have funded the £3.5 million initial build of the centre. With bookings from all equestrian disciplines and interest groups; we have and will be playing host to many large events; international seminars; demonstrations and national and international competitions whilst staying in contact with the grass roots of Pony and Riding Club activities.
The Scottish National Equestrian Centre is ‘the’ venue for all equestrian and rural events in Scotland.

“Prince Charles and Camilla were very happy together. It was an absolutely stunning evening. The food was wonderful and everyone had a marvelous time.”

-Katharine, Duchess of Kent on Charles’s 50th birthday party in 1998

myroyalpassion:

ladymollyparker:


The little Viscount Severn being adorable at Trooping the Colour.

This deserves a reblog just for James.

Can we talk about Charles and Camilla being cute just talking to each other?

We should! 

myroyalpassion:

ladymollyparker:

The little Viscount Severn being adorable at Trooping the Colour.

This deserves a reblog just for James.

Can we talk about Charles and Camilla being cute just talking to each other?

We should! 

Camilla’s hat collection  ♛ 
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Camilla’s hat collection   

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Did you see that Camilla's wedding gown is going to be part of a bridal exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum next month?

Anonym

I did. I think it was announced last year or very early this year. I really want to go there, but I hardly have a chance. But if I could, I would ;) Because I really, really want to see it… 

Camilla and the way she looks at Charles- a selection.

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Camilla and the way she looks at Charles- a selection.

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The Duchess of Cornwall’s Patronages

Scotland’s Gardens Scheme (President from 12.09.2005) 

Scotland’s Gardens raise funds for worthy charities by working with garden owners and facilitating the opening of gardens of horticultural interest throughout Scotland to thousands of visitors each year.
Many of Scotland’s most remarkable and beautiful gardens, normally inaccessible to the public, open thus enabling people to spend memorable days visiting them. Teas, generally homemade, a plant stall and other attractions are usually available.
The Scotland’s Gardens’ Guidebook is published every year and provides full information on gardens participating in the programme as well as much more. Investec Wealth & Investment are proud sponsors of the directory.
40% of funds raised goes to charities nominated by the garden owners whilst 60% is distributed to:

  • Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres
  • The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland
  • The Gardens Fund of the National Trust for Scotland
  • Perennial
Not going to lie: that second pic of Camilla is quite sexy with the knee

Anonym

Isn’t it? She has gorgeous legs!