Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall shared a selection of their favorite moments while celebrating their 15th wedding anniversary.
The Prince of Wales, 71, and Camilla, 72, went to their Instagram account Clarence House to share a slideshow of their top moments and wrote, ‘Thank you for all the good wishes on the 15th wedding anniversary of their royal highnesses!’.
A photo shows the couple on their wedding day at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, in April 2005.
Elsewhere, a short video clip sees them smile at each other as they dance to Elvis during a tea dance to celebrate Dumfries House’s tenth anniversary at Cumnock in Ayrshire in 2017.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall shared a selection of their favorite moments celebrating their 15th wedding anniversary – including the couple on their wedding day at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, in April 2005
71-year-old Prince of Wales and 72-year-old Camilla went to their Instagram account Clarence House to share a slideshow of their top moments and wrote: ‘Thank you for all the good wishes on the 15th wedding anniversary of their royal highnesses ! “
After a selection of wedding photos, the pair sees it again during the opening of a new play park in April 2005 in Ballater, Aberdeenshire.
She shows another sweet portrait in 2009 on the beach of North Seymour Island in the Galapagos Islands.
Elsewhere, they are seen attending the Braemar Highland Games at the Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park, Aberdeenshire, alongside the Queen in 2006.
And as a testament to their skills as green-fingered gardeners, they are depicted planting flower beds while visiting Lower Moor Farm Nature Reserve in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, in 2007.
Elsewhere, a short video clip sees them smile at each other as they dance to Elvis during a tea dance to celebrate Dumfries House’s tenth anniversary at Cumnock in Ayrshire in 2017
She shows another sweet portrait in 2009 on the beach of North Seymour Island in the Galapagos Islands
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall brave the weather at the opening of a new play park on Thursday 14 April 2005 in Ballater, Aberdeenshire.
Elsewhere, they can be seen kilts when they attend the Braemar Highland Games at the Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park, Aberdeenshire, alongside the Queen in 2006
They prove their skills as green-fingered gardeners and are depicted planting flower beds while visiting Lower Moor Farm Nature Reserve in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, in 2007
On Thursday, the couple released a touching new portrait of themselves together in Birkhall, featuring Camilla’s beloved dogs.
The Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles were reunited Monday after the Duchess emerged from a 14-day self-isolation at the Balmoral Estate in Aberdeenshire.
The royal couple had a troubling time after the prince fell ill with the coronavirus, but heir apparent Charles, 71, has recovered from mild symptoms.
The photo taken Wednesday morning – the day before their birthday – shows the smiling prince and duchess sitting side by side in the front porch of their Scottish country retreat, featuring Jack Russell terriers Bluebell and Beth.
The Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles shared this sweet photo from Birkhall with the dogs Bluebell and Beth on the occasion of their 15th wedding anniversary
It is the first time that the couple, known in Scotland as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay, have been photographed together since it was revealed that Charles had contracted Covid-19 disease.
Camilla, dressed in blue jeans, a pink open-necked shirt, pale blue sweater, and navy blue suede boots, holds Bluebell on her lap, while the prince, in a blue open-necked shirt, navy blue pants, olive green pants, and a fawn suede loafers, has an alert looking Beth in his arms.
Both dogs were rescued by Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, of which Camilla is the royal patron.
The Duchess has written about Beth and Bluebell in the past: “They are family, friends and always loyal companions and, like anyone with a passion for dogs, I cannot imagine life without them.”
The prince has a bandage on one of his middle fingers, but Clarence House declined to say why.
Earlier this week, Clarence House shared this photo of the Duchess of Cornwall on the phone in Birkhall in Aberdeenshire after she had come out of isolation
Last week, the couple were pictured clapping for our NHS heroes in separate rooms from their Birkhall residence. A video was shared with the Clarence House Instagram page
The photo was taken by an employee. The couple, like the queen staying at Windsor Castle, operates with a reduced household.
The prince spent seven days isolating after he was diagnosed on March 25 and finished just over a week ago.
Camilla, who tested negative for Covid-19 disease, was isolated for two weeks in accordance with the advice.
All private celebrations for their eighteen-and-a-half-year marriage – their crystal anniversary – on Thursday will be low-key, as the pair socially keep away from friends and family like the rest of the country.
Camilla has paid tribute to the thousands of people who have signed up as NHS volunteers, and even called 85-year-old Doris Winfield from Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, who isolated herself, for a chat.
The Prince and Duchess – formerly Camilla Parker Bowles – married in a civil ceremony at the Windsor Guildhall on April 9, 2005, after more than 30 years of relationship
What a difference a year makes! Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall enjoy a mojito as they visit a paladar called Habanera, a privately owned restaurant in Havana, Cuba, on March 27, 2019.
Duchess of Cornwall laughs with the Prince of Wales over a game of bocce while visiting Bromham in Wiltshire in 2007
The prince, who opened the NHS Nightingale Hospital in London on Friday via a video connection, has spoken of the ‘strange, frustrating and often disturbing’ experience of being without friends and relatives while suffering from coronavirus.
The Prince and Duchess – formerly Camilla Parker Bowles – were married in a civil ceremony in Windsor Guildhall on April 9, 2005, after more than 30 years of relationship.
The ceremony was followed by a blessing at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
The couple spent their honeymoon in their beloved Birkhall hideaway, which is nestled in a picturesque valley on the Queen’s private property.
In the beginning, the former royal mistress who had become HRH Camilla took cautious steps as she adapted to royal life.
Their recent photo showed Camilla’s beloved dogs – also depicted in this photo of Charles of Camilla, dated June 2015, at the inaugural Dumfries House Dog Show in Ayrshire
In the 1990s, she was dubbed a marriage threatener and the ‘other woman’ and held responsible for breaking Charles’ relationship with Diana, Princess of Wales.
Now, 15 years later, Camilla, one of the oldest female members of the royal family, has worked out her own charity role and appeared at the state opening of parliament with the prince and queen.
She focuses on raising awareness of osteoporosis, promoting literacy, and supporting survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence.
The grinning Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall outlined opening a new play park in Ballater in April 2005
Described as witty, warm, level-headed and fun, she is adored by Charles, her children Tom and Laura and her five grandchildren who nickname her GaGa.
The Prince – the father of the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex – is the country’s longest-serving heir apparent.
Sensitive and with a strong social conscience, he is known for his charity work and environmental campaigns.
He also admits – in his own words – that he is an ‘inveterate interfering and meddlesome’ because of his outspoken opinion on many different things and causes.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall with the Duke of Edinburgh (right) and other members of the royal family upon leaving St George’s Chapel in Windsor, after the ecclesiastical blessing of their civil wedding ceremony