The Prince of Wales, 69, and Duchess of Cornwall, 71, made a stylish entrance, arriving by horse and carriage at the annual horticultural spectacular in Sandringham, Norfolk on Wednesday.
Charles Anson, who worked for the Queen for six years said the Duchess of Cornwall, 70, is perfect for Charles as her philosophy is not to worry about things that can't be changed.
When Prince Charles ascends the throne, he’ll have his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, by his side. Since tying the knot in 2005 (after they were permitted to marry by Queen Elizabeth), the royal couple has tackled their royal duties as a team.
Charles Anson, former press secretary to the Queen, praises Camilla in this week’s issue of PEOPLE, as someone who “kind of jollies” her husband and “doesn’t let him get too overburdened by the woes of the world.”
He explains, “She’s got a good...