Prince Charles will put Camilla at the ‘forefront’ in slimmed-down monarchy

Camilla: Expert praises 'powerful' sexual violence speech

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Royal author Katie Nicholl said the Duchess of Cornwall is taking on a more prominent role in the Royal Family Ms Nicholl added that Charles’s wife is being “very bold and brave” with her work.

The royal biographer told OK! magazine: “Camilla is coming more to the forefront.

“During 2020 and 2021 we’ve really seen the emergence of Camilla as the Duchess of Cornwall, with her own role and identity, she’s been very bold and brave about the causes she’s taking on that perhaps we don’t always associate with the royals but she feels are important.

“With the passing of the Duke of Edinburgh and this new slimmed-down monarchy that we’re hearing so much about, there is more pressure on these senior royals to perform and be high profile – this is an extension of that.”

The Duchess recently gave a powerful speech as she called for action to prevent violence against women.

Camilla acknowledged a number of women who have died in violent circumstances at a reception last month for the Shameless! Festival at the Wellcome Collection in London.

While urging for their names to “never be forgotten”, she recalled a victim impact statement read out in court by Sarah Everard’s mother. Susan, describing it as “searing”.

The Duchess said: “Each one of these women endured unimaginable torment – and their loved ones who are left behind continue to suffer in the wake of their deaths.

“On September 30, Sarah Everard’s mother stood before her daughter’s killer to give her searing victim impact statement.”

After quoting from the statement, Camilla added: “I know that all of you here today join me in paying tribute to all these precious lives that have been brutally ended, and in renewing our commitment to do everything we can to bring about the end of violence against women.”

The Duchess also joined the Prince of Wales, Prince William and Kate as members of the Royal Family attended Cop26.

Most recently, Camilla visited the set of ITV’s crime drama Grace.

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On Thursday, the Duchess joined the crew and stars on location in West Sussex, including Peter James, writer of the detective books now turned into a TV series.

She told the author: “I love your books. I’ve read them all, cover to cover. So I will know what vaguely is going on.”

The series is one of the latest recommendations of Camilla’s successful online book club the Reading Room.

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