Duchess Camilla turns 70:

Bri­tain

Arab Times - - INTERNATIONAL -

Ca­milia

Prince Charles’ wife Camilla is turn­ing 70 with few com­plaints, although she ad­mits her feet are sore af­ter a long day of royal du­ties.

The mile­stone for the Duchess of Corn­wall was marked Mon­day with the re­lease of an of­fi­cial por­trait of Charles and Camilla.

She has qui­etly earned the public’s trust af­ter a rocky be­gin­ning to her public life caused by her re­la­tion­ship with Charles dur­ing his un­suc­cess­ful mar­riage to the late Princess Diana.

Camilla was ini­tially blamed by some for Diana’s un­hap­pi­ness as she com­plained pub­licly about Camilla’s con­tin­u­ing close re­la­tion­ship with Charles.

Those hard feel­ings faded with time fol­low­ing Diana’s 1997 death in a car crash. Charles and Camilla mar­ried in a low-key cer­e­mony in 2005.

Royal of­fi­cials have said that Camilla will be known as the “princess con­sort” when Charles be­come king rather than take the ti­tle of “queen con­sort.”

She has ac­com­pa­nied him on many for­eign trips and has be­come a fa­mil­iar fig­ure at royal events. (AP)

Roy­als ar­rive in Poland:

The Duke and Duchess of Cam­bridge and their chil­dren ar­rived in Poland on Mon­day, on the first leg of a good­will trip to two Euro­pean Union na­tions that is in­tended to un­der­score Bri­tain’s friendly ties with a bloc that

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