The Duchess of Cornwall has become the star of a new documentary about the Prince of Wales.
Cameras followed Camilla and Charles in the course of 12 months, the duchess interviewed about her husband's thoughts about taking off to the British throne.
It provided a fascinating insight into the private life of the couple at home and at the court, with viewers enthusiastic about Camilla's wry sense of humor and 40 days a husk system on social media.
The duchess is an ex-smoker, but kicked the habit nearly 20 years ago, much to Charles's relief.
Looking at Twitter, viewers are convinced by Camilla's nasty sense of humor and & # 39; 40 a day & # 39; huskystem in BBC One's Prince, Son & Heir, which were broadcast on Thursday night
The documentary by filmmaker John Bridcut showed the couple walking with their dog Beth on their Scottish retreat in Birkhall and spoke about family life.
After watching the show, a delighted viewer tweeted: "I bet Charles and Camilla are organizing good parties."
And comment on a scene in which the couple quarreled playfully, wrote another: "Camilla who tells Charles and listens to the singing children is the highlight so far."
Appeared on BBC One's Prince, Son & Heir – Charles on Thursday night 70, the Duchess spoke extensively about Charles' thoughts about becoming king, and the close bond he shares with his eight grandchildren.
He will sit on his knees and run around with them for hours, make funny sounds and laugh and my grandchildren love him, absolutely loves him, & # 39; Camilla revealed.
He reads Harry Potter and he can hear all the different voices and I think children really appreciate that. & # 39;
In the BBC One documentary last night, the Duchess of Cornwall spoke extensively about Charles' thoughts about becoming king, and the close bond he has with his eight grandchildren
Charles and Camilla travel in a train during last night's documentary. In response to a scene in which the couple quarreled, a fan wrote: "Camilla who tells Charles and listens to the singing children is the highlight to date & # 39;
In another scene, the producers asked the duchess whether Charles often thinks that he will become king in the future.
"No, I do not," she replied. "I think his fate will come, he always knows it will come and I do not think it's completely on his shoulders. It's just something that's going to happen. & # 39;
The great and good European worshipers meet next week in London to mark the Prince William's 70th birthday.
Kings, queens, princes and princesses from all over the continent are expected to travel to Buckingham Palace for a magnificent banquet held on 14 November in honor of Charles.
Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark will be present on behalf of the Danish royal family, while Queen Sonja and King Harald are reportedly on the guest list.
The soirée sees hundreds of guests enjoying a reception, followed by an extensive dinner, possibly in the sumptuous state rooms of the Buckingham Palace, whose details are strictly retained until the big evening.
Prince, Son & Heir – Charles at 70 is now available on iPlayer