Queen Consort Camilla Battling Through Pain Due To Injury Sustained Prior To Queen’s Death


Queen Consort Camilla Battling Through Pain Due To Injury Sustained Prior To Queen's Death

Camilla, 72, suffered the
injury before the Queen passed away at her Balmoral residence in Scotland, but
has continued to support her husband King Charles in his new role
despite the injury, the Telegraph has said.

When asked about Camilla’s
injury the Palace refused to comment. “We won’t comment on medical
conditions,” they said.

Camilla would have no doubt appreciated
the day away from public duties she and Charles had on Thursday. Camilla
returned to her £850k Wiltshire home on Wednesday after the royal family
accompanied the Queen’s coffin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall in an
incredibly moving procession.

Camilla has been in pain whilst undertaking has new duties as Queen Consort

Camilla has been in pain whilst undertaking new duties as Queen Consort

Camilla and Charles both
traveled by helicopter to Wiltshire, and while Camilla chose to stay at her
own private home, Ray Mill House, Charles traveled on to his Highgrove Estate.

The Queen Consort bought the
beautiful Wiltshire residence following her split from her first husband,
Andrew Parker Bowles, in 1994. She lived there between 1996 and 2003 and kept
it as a country base when required. It even served as the backdrop for
her 75th birthday portraits shot by Princess Kate earlier this year.

A day’s rest on her injured
toe would have worked wonders for Camilla, but it is back to royal duties on

The couple are expected to
travel to Wales where they will attend a service of prayer and reflection at
Llandaff Cathedral, before receiving condolences at the Welsh Parliament and
meeting members of the Senedd.

They will then travel to
Cardiff Castle where Charles will hold a private audience with Welsh First
Minister Mark Drakeford and the presiding officer, before attending a reception
hosted by the Welsh Government.

Once back in London later in
the day, the King will host faith leaders in the Bow Room and at 7:30pm, the
Vigil of the Princes will take place at Westminster Hall, carried out by
Queen’s four children, with Prince Andrew wearing a uniform for the first time
since Her Majesty’s death.


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