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Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall celebrated her 74th birthday on Saturday 17th July and members of the royal family made sure they brought their best wishes on her special day.
Queen Elizabeth II, 95, first wished Camilla a happy birthday from the royal family’s Twitter account early Saturday morning, which featured a portrait of the smiling Duchess.
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“Today we wish the Duchess of Cornwall a happy birthday! #HappyBirthdayHRH”, the tweet said.
Minutes after Prince William and Kate Middleton tweeted the same message from the account of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge according to royal protocol.
Instead of the close-up of Camilla in a green jacket and scarf, William and Kate opted for a picture of the royal wife in a cream-colored dress.
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While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did not appear to have sent a public birthday message to the Duchess of Cornwall through their charity website Archewell, the independent royals are unable to post any updates on the Sussex Royal Instagram account, which they retired after retiring in March 2020 .
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Prince Charles and Camilla thanked everyone who wished the Duchess a happy birthday on Saturday morning.
“Thank you for all the birthday wishes for the Duchess of Cornwall,” she said tweet read from The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
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Camilla joined the British Royal Family on April 9, 2005 when she civilly married the Prince of Wales at the Guildhall in Windsor.
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The Duchess of Cornwall supports the Queen and is dedicated to a number of charitable works. According to her royal profile, since her marriage to Prince Charles, Camilla has become the patron or president of “approximately 100 charities”.