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Queen Camilla Appeared in a televised tribute to her late mother-in-law Queen Elizabeth Just a day before his funeral. Newly named Queen Consort, 75, and as wife King Charles III, 73, opened up about some of his fondest memories of the late reigning monarch, including his signature smile. “He’s got those wonderful blue eyes when she smiles, you know, they light up his whole face. I’ll always remember that smile, you know, that smile is unforgettable,” Camila said in the pre-taped segment that aired. BBC Sunday, September 18.
“He’s got such wonderful blue eyes that when he smiles, they light up his whole face. I’ll always remember that smile, you know, that smile is unforgettable.”
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“She’s always been part of our lives – I’m 75 and I can’t remember anyone other than the Queen,” Camilla commented, reflecting on Elizabeth’s brilliant role as a female leader in the 1950s. In his mid twenties. “It must have been so difficult for her to be the only woman – there was no female prime minister or president. She was the only one, so I think she carved her own role.” Elizabeth Hall Longest reigning monarch in British history2022 marks 70 years on the throne.
Camila also remembered Queen Elizabeth’s annual visit to Scotland,