Camilla Parker Bowles, 74, will soon join Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex. Country Life magazine revealed on Tuesday, January 4, that the Duchess of Cornwall will be its guest editor. The intervention of the wife of Prince Charles as editor-in-chief will take place in July of this year. This special edition coincides with Camilla’s 75th birthday. In this edition, Camilla Parker Bowles is expected to write about her love for horses and dogs. “She owns two Jack Russell terriers, Bluebell and Beth, and is a patron of the Battersea Cats and Dogs’ Home kennel,” People said.
In its press release, Country Life reveals that its special edition will also focus on Camilla’s work. The statement recalls that the wife of prince Charles is godmother of more than 90 charities. Camilla’s son Tom Parker Bowles, 47, is proud of his mother’s participation in this special edition. As a food writer and critic, Tom Parker Bowles has a long history of writing for the magazine. “As a columnist for Country Life, I’m thrilled to have my mom guest-editing a special issue,” he said. After Prince Charles, 73, and Princess Anne, 71, Camilla is the third member of the royal family to contribute to the magazine as a guest editor.
Camilla Parker Bowles, the Duchess of Cornwall, follows in the footsteps of Meghan Markle
In September 2019, Meghan Markle, 40, was also invited to participate in the writing of a special issue of Vogue magazine. Prince Harry, 37, also contributed to this edition entitled “Forces for Change”. In this special issue, Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, spotlighted 15 women who are making a difference in the world. For the occasion, the mother of Archie, 2 years old, and Lilibet, 7 months old, interviewed Michelle Obama. Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, meanwhile, chatted with Dr Jane Goodall.
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