Camilla Parker Bowles is very committed to the fight against violence against women. The Duchess of Cornwall has written for WI Life magazine about her pride in the work the WI does. The campaign is being waged to end sexual and domestic abuse perpetrated by men. Clarence House recalls that The Duchess’s article comes before the start of the “16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, which begins on November 25.” According to Clarence House, the Duchess has been active in this field for over ten years. Over the years, Prince Charles’ wife has visited numerous shelters and met with organizations across the UK. She also made trips abroad for the same cause of women.
It’s no coincidence that Camilla is featured on the front page of WI Life magazine. She made the front page thanks to her article full of gratitude. The Duchess thanks and encourages the members of the Women’s Institute for their commitment to the awareness campaign. “You will never know how many lives have been saved thanks to this campaign: ‘You will never know how many lives you have, literally, saved”, she wrote. According to the article written by the Duchess of Cornwall , the struggle for a safer society for women and girls is still ongoing. “Two women are killed each week by their current or former partner in England and Wales,” she notes She also recalls that this “tragic statistic” has remained the same for decades.
Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker Bowles is as active as Queen Elizabeth II at WI
On the front page of WI Life, Camilla Parker Bowles appears with a reassuring smile. The Duchess opted for a pretty printed blue dress with a relatively simple pleated skirt. The sobriety of her outfit is also found in her very subtle jewelry. According to Express magazine, the Duchess of Cornwall “has established herself as the future Princess Consort as she takes on an important role as Queen Elizabeth II rests”. Currently, Queen Elizabeth II is the victim of a sprained back according to the press release from the Royal Palace. As with Camilla Parker Bowles, the issue of the rights and protection of women is close to the heart of Queen Elizabeth. According to columns in Express magazine, “Queen Elizabeth II began attending meetings (WI) in 1943, having succeeded the Queen Mother as president.”
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