Updated on 05/07/2022 at 19:25
- On the occasion of two anniversaries, Duchess Camilla was allowed to play guest editor at the magazine “Country Life”.
- She also adorns the cover of the 125th issue.
- The photo was taken by Duchess Kate.
On July 17, Duchess Camilla celebrates her 75th birthday. On the occasion of her day of honor she was now allowed at the 125th edition of the British glossy magazine “Country Life” work as a guest editor. For the cover, the future royal wife was even photographed by her step-daughter-in-law, Duchess Kate.
The Duchess of Cornwall is pictured in the garden of her country home, Ray Mill House, in Wiltshire. She bought the house in the 1990s after her divorce from Andrew Parker-Bowles, just 17 miles from Prince Charles’ Highgrove House. Camilla wears a light blue, floral summer dress with a shirt collar and a sky blue cardigan in the photo. In her hand she holds a wooden basket with cut flowers and garden tools and smiles friendly at the camera. Camilla wished Kate would photograph her for the cover. According to Country Life, the photo reflects the “true joy that country life brings to the Duchess of Cornwall.”
Behind the scenes shows Kate as a photographer
The “Clarence House” Twitter account also gives a look behind the scenes of the photo shoot: Duchess Kate can be seen in jeans, white sneakers and a vintage red jacket as she kneels to photograph Camilla.
Duchess Kate has proven her photography skills several times, for example she published some private snapshots of her children and family. In 2020 she also photographed Holocaust survivors with their grandchildren on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
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