Prince Charles and Camilla’s 2020 in pictures as couple prepares to head up Royal Family | Royal | News (Reports)


Prince Charles, 70, is heir to the British throne and he and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 73, will one day head up the Royal Family. In March Charles became the first British Royal to test positive for Covid-19 but overcame the illness experiencing only mild symptoms. Camilla did not test positive despite living with Charles but isolated for 14 days as a precaution.

The royal couple spent the first lockdown in Scotland at their royal residence Birkhall on the Balmoral Estate.

However, they were among the first Royal Family members to resume face to face engagements when restrictions were eased.

In June the couple returned to London at the request of the British Government for an important meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron.

The engagement was to mark the 80th anniversary of General de Gaulle’s Appel speech and was the first time a face to face royal meeting had been carried out since lockdown.

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Here is’s round-up of Prince Charles and Camilla’s biggest 2020 moments in pictures.


Prince Charles and Camilla posed in the Ballroom during The Queen’s Anniversary Prizes at Buckingham Palace on February 20.

They were there to present the Queen’s anniversary prizes which are awarded every two years.

The awards are the highest national honour given to UK colleges and universities.

Submitted work is judged to show excellence, innovation, impact and deliver real public benefit.


Prince Charles and Camilla were among senior royals to attend the annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey.

The engagement was Prince Harry and Meghan’s last as senior royals.

Charles and Camilla’s position in the monarchy was reflected in the order in which they exited the Abbey, directly behind the Queen.


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In April Charles and Camilla celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary by sharing a sweet photo with fans on Instagram.

The picture showed the couple sitting with their dogs at Birkhall.

The caption read: “Ahead of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall’s 15th wedding anniversary tomorrow, we are sharing this photo of Their Royal Highnesses with The Duchess’s dogs Bluebell and Beth.”


Prince Charles led the Royal Family in paying tribute to Nurses Across The Commonwealth to mark International Nurses’ Day.

The future king was joined by fellow royals during the important video call, a clip of which was shared on social media at the time.


Camilla and Charles welcomed French President Macron with a namaste gesture as he arrives at Clarence House on June 18.

The meeting was to commemorate The Appeal of The 18th June Speech By Charles De Gaulle in 1940 urging the French to resist Nazi occupation and was broadcast in London by the BBC.


Prince Charles and Camilla observed a minute’s silence during the VJ Day National Remembrance event, held at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.

The event was to mark the 75th Anniversary Of VJ Day.


Prince Charles and Camilla visited Germany on its National Day of Mourning in a historic move.

The British royal couple attended National Day of Mourning events in Berlin that commemorated victims of war and fascism.

Prince Charles delivered a speech at the Bundestag during the trip.


Earlier this month Charles and Camilla joined the Queen at Windsor Castle for a symbolic royal outing.

They were among other senior royals to reunite for the event which saw the Windsors out en masse for the first time in months.

They came together at Windsor to thank local volunteers and keyworkers for their efforts during the pandemic.

Ahead of Christmas, the royal couple unveiled a plaque after they met with frontline health and care workers administering and receiving the Covid-19 vaccine during a visit to the Gloucestershire Vaccination Centre at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.


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