On the occasion of her 75th birthday, the Duchess of Cornwall posed under her daughter-in-law’s lens for the very special issue of the magazine Country lifereleased on July 13.
It is not uncommon to see the two duchesses side by side at official events. Camilla Parker Bowles and Kate Middleton seem to get along very well. So much so that the Duchess of Cornwall trusted her daughter-in-law to do her portrait, as part of the very special issue of Country Life magazine, published on Wednesday 13th July. Indeed, on the occasion of his 75th birthday (July 17), Prince Charles’ wife dressed up for a few days in the editor-in-chief’s costume and thus made the front page of the edition.
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Relaxed and natural
At the same time, an upcoming documentary produced by the ITV channel and called “Camilla’s Country Life” immortalized the backstage of this experience. In an excerpt, published on Twitter on July 12 by host Chris Ship, we next see Camille Parker Bowles express herself during her photo shoot with Kate Middleton, as the photographer.
“[Kate] took very good pictures and she does it very naturally …, enthuses the Duchess of Cornwall in the series. We had a lot of fun doing it.” And to continue: “It was very relaxed, and of course very nice on the part of the Duchess of Cambridge. She came with her camera and she is a very good photographer. And it was all very casual – there wasn’t a lot of haircuts and makeup. It all happened in the garden, with a lot of laughs – it was a fun way to do it.”
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Prince Charles’ approval
According to the words of Camilla Parker Bowles, the photos of Kate Middleton were very happy with her husband, Prince Charles. Queen Elizabeth II’s son especially appreciated the one on which his wife is sitting on a sofa, a basket full of flowers in her hands.
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Asked about the final cover of the song, the Duchess replied: “If I can forget that I’m looking at myself, I think they are very beautiful and just what is needed for ‘Country Life’. In a statement, Mark Hedges, the magazine’s editor, said he was “delighted” with the photos of the Duchess of Cambridge.