Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla had no coronavirus and decided to celebrate special day
By: Margaret Wilson
The British Prince Charles and his wife, Duchess Camille, celebrated the 15th anniversary of their marriage. That happened right after the prince was healed from COVID-19.
The couple took a joint photo after Charles stopped being ill with a coronavirus and finished his self-isolation.
The picture was taken on the porch of the Birkhall estate in Scotland. They hold dogs in their hands. Their names were Beth and Bluebell and the spouses took the pets from a shelter.
Charles and Camilla have known each other since 1970. One day the queen said that Camilla wasn't suitable for the role of a wife for the prince, and the couple was forced to break up.
Three years later, Camilla married an officer and Charles went to military service.
11 years later, Charles married Diana Spencer and had two sons with her. During the marriage to Diana, Charles started communicating with Camilla again.
Eight years later, in April 2005, Charles and Camilla got married. On that day, April 9th, they received a blessing in the chapel of St. George in Windsor from the Archbishop of Canterbury.