England is deconfined. After four weeks of confinement, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the end of it on Wednesday, December 2. The opportunity for the British to resume some of their habits, while continuing to take the necessary precautions to avoid a new wave of contamination in the country. Thus, stores deemed non-essential were able to reopen their doors, as well as sports halls, religious and cultural establishments. To celebrate this good news, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles went the same day, at the end of the evening, to the National Gallery in London. They visited the exhibition dedicated to the artists Artemisia Gentileschi and Titian, called Artemisia and Titian: Love Desire Death. The couple were greeted by Gabriele Finaldi, director of the premises.
For the occasion, the Duke and Duchess have decided to agree on the level of dress. William and Harry’s father was dressed in an elegant navy blue suit, matched to a tie of the same color but much lighter. Half of her face was hidden behind a mask, also blue. Beside her, the Duchess of Cornwall was dressed in a sleeveless dress, also navy blue, under which she wore a puffy white shirt.
Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles: their couple recently put to the test
It is very accomplice that the spouses appeared during this first official visit since the lifting of the second confinement. However, the latter had to remain strong during the second confinement following the release of the fourth release of The Crown on Netflix, a series which is closely interested in the royal family of England. And for good reason, this one recounts the extramarital affair that Prince Charles had with Camilla during his marriage to Princess Lady Diana. Faced with the many criticisms they have been subject to on Twitter, the couple decided to close the comments section on the social network: impossible to comment on their publications since Tuesday, November 24, 2020.
Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles © Agence