Queen Consort Camilla touching TV tribute to the woman who asked a nation to embrace her | UK news

The Queen has recorded a personal tribute to the late Queen, remembering her “adorable blue eyes” saying: “I will always remember her smile.”

In the interview, which will be shown in full this evening, Camilla talks about Queen Elizabeth II’s role for many years in the “difficult situation” of being a “recluse woman” in a male-dominated world.

“I don’t remember having anyone but the Queen.” King’s wife He adds, being among the majority of the nation for whom, hitherto, the Queen was the only British monarch they knew or could remember.

The tribute will be broadcast on the BBC shortly before the national minute silence at 8pm.

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Camilla adds: “She’s been a part of our lives forever. I’m 75 now, and I don’t remember anyone ever having but the Queen.

“It must have been very difficult for her, being a solitary woman.

“There were no women prime ministers or presidents. She was the only one, so I think she carved her role.”

Camilla also remembers the late Queen: “She has those gorgeous blue eyes, and when she smiles they light up her whole face.

“I will always remember her smile. That smile is unforgettable.”

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She called on the public to support her daughter-in-law and Charles when he became king.

It was a clever move by the King, in her twilight years, that he put her affairs in order and ensured a smooth transition as possible.

It ended years of arguing over what Camilla – Charles’ ex-mistress – would eventually call her.

Camilla was blamed for the collapse of the prince’s marriage to Diana, Princess of Wales, and when news of their relationship first surfaced, she faced harsh criticism.

King Charles III and the Queen consort at Westminster Hall, London, as the Houses of Parliament meet to express their condolences on the death of Queen Elizabeth II.  Photo date: Monday, September 12, 2022.
King Charles III and his consort The Queen at Westminster Hall, London, after the Queen’s death

But in the decades following Welles’ divorce, Diana’s early death in 1997 and Camilla’s admission to The Firm, the public mood toward the former Mrs. Parker Bowles has cooled.

After marrying Charles in 2005, Camilla gradually took on a more prominent position within the royal family, including riding next to the Queen in the Diamond Jubilee Parade in 2012.

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She also began attending the Opening of Parliament and was appointed Special Counsel in 2016 ahead of the Queen’s official 90th birthday.

The Privy Council is an official body of advisors to the British sovereign.

When eaten whole, she is now referred to as Her Majesty, Queen Consort Camilla, and is expected to be crowned queen at the King’s coronation.

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