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Queen Camilla: inside the life of a reluctant royal

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The former Duchess of Cornwall is now Queen Consort at the age of 75 and will be expected to help King Charles with much of his duties. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
The former Duchess of Cornwall is now Queen Consort at the age of 75 and will be expected to help King Charles with much of his duties. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)

Pomp and circumstance, palaces and castles, servants at her beck and call, cameras capturing her every public move. All this and more is her reality now – whether she likes it or not.

Queen Camilla has never enjoyed the spotlight much, preferring to stay in the background and just get on with things. But thanks to her relationship with the new king, Camilla has become one of the most famous women in the world and all eyes will be on her as she and Charles forge their way ahead.

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