- Camilla, the Queen consort, paid tribute to her late mother-in-law in a BBC television interview.
- Camilla said Queen Elizabeth II had “fantastic blue eyes” and a “memorable” smile.
- The Queen Consort also praised the Queen for her role among the world’s male leaders.
Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Elizabeth II, said that Queen Elizabeth II had beautiful blue eyes and a smile she would never forget in a clip from BBC interview Released on Sunday.
Greetings from the former Duchess of Cornwall come about two weeks later The king died “peacefully” at her home in Balmoral, Scotland at the age of 96.
Comments also precede Queen’s funeralis scheduled to bring 2,000 attendees including President Joe Biden and members of the royal family together on Monday at Westminster Abbey in a service honoring the King’s life.
“She has those gorgeous blue eyes,” Camila says in a clip of the interview, which will air in full at 8 p.m. GMT on Sunday. “When she smiles, they light up her whole face. I will always remember that smile, you know, that smile is unforgettable.”
Elsewhere in the interview, Camilla touched on how the Queen has established herself as a formidable female force at a time when world leaders are primarily male.
“It must have been very difficult for her being a solitary woman,” said the Queen Consort. “There were no women prime ministers or women chiefs.” “She was the only one, so I think she carved her part.”
Camilla’s relationship with the late King has evolved dramatically since then The controversial beginning of her relationship with King Charles III in the 1990’s.
Charles and Camilla’s romance is said to date back to 1986, when he was married to Princess Diana and she married Andrew Parker Bowles. The couple only publicly divorced as a married couple in 1997.
But it was only in 2000 when it was reported that the Queen officially agreed to meet Camilla, according to her New York times. Although the Queen was not present at their wedding in 2005, the years that have passed have shown that she and the King develop a close relationship.
In February, Queen Elizabeth II made clear her approval of Camilla announced who – which She wanted her daughter-in-law to get the title of Queen Consort When Charles III became king, he ended years of confusion over her future royal title.
“When my son Charles becomes king at the height of time, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support you have given me; and I sincerely hope that when the time comes, Camilla will know,” the Queen wrote in a statement reflecting her 70-year reign.
“Coffee aficionado. Introvert. Proud problem solver. Explorer. Friendly music buff. Zombie nerd.”