Camilla and King Charles visit a London Community Kitchen facilities

Camilla and King Charles visit a London Community Kitchen facilities

December 15, 2022

Keep Cam and carry on! Queen Consort looks elegant in a navy coat to visit London’s Community Kitchen facilities hours after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix show

  • King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla visited London’s Community Kitchen
  • They visited the facilities in Harrow, which acts as the HQ hub for 21 boroughs 
  • The royals unveiled a commemorative plaque, recognising its hard work 
  • Read more: Prince Harry and Meghan reveal unseen snaps from their wedding

The Queen Consort joined her husband King Charles III on a visit to London’s Community Kitchen facilities in Harrow hours after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s bombshell documentary droppe don Netflix. 

Camilla, 75, and Charles, 73 unveiled a commemorative plaque during their visit to the important community hub, which was founded back in 2014 and is now acting as the HQ hub for 21 boroughs. 

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The royals were there to recognise how the facility has worked with the most vulnerable communities across London, and its network of volunteers and staff. 

Queen Consort Camilla shaking hands with members of the public during a visit to London’s Community Kitchen facilities in Harrow

The King and Queen consort met with volunteers and staff who distribute up to 60 tonnes of surplus food to local communities serving over 10,000 people every week from its hub in Harrow. 

For the occasion Camilla wore a smart dark teal dress coat, which shar paired with furry black gloves and a grey patterned neck scarf. 

She finished her look wearing her trademark natural make-up look, pairing a fresh, polished base with a soft pink lip and dark eyeliner. Meanwhile, she styled her blonde long bob into soft waves. 

The Queen Consort was greeted by youngsters in the community who presented her with a bouquet of white daisies and red roses. 

Both Charles and Camilla appeared in good spirits as they unveiled the plaque, and carried on with their royal duties, after Prince Harry’s and Meghan Markle’s explosive Netflix documentary released its final three episodes today. 

The royals met with volunteers and staff who distribute up to 60 tonnes of surplus food to local communities serving over 10,000 people every week from its hub in Harrow

Camilla met with volunteers and members of staff during the visit the important community facilities, which were founded in 2014

King Charles and Camilla speaking together as they met with members of staff and volunteers during their visit to London’s Community Kitchen facilities 

However, the new Monarch and his wife continued with their royal duties. 

It was only yesterday that Camilla was told that her recent ‘big promotion at work’ has ‘not gone unnoticed’ during a visit to a London homelessness charity. 

Camilla, 75, visited The Emmaus Community at Bobby Vincent House in West Norwood, which has been supporting rough sleepers by providing them with a home, meaningful work and funded training for almost 15 years.

King Charles III and Camilla unveiled a commemorative plaque at the Community Kitchen facilities 

During the engagement, a staff member said to the royal: ‘It clearly hasn’t gone unnoticed to any of us Ma’am that you’ve recently had a big promotion at work. So we’re extremely proud and grateful that you’ve chosen to join us and our community’.

The Queen Consort has been a patron of Emmaus UK since 2006, and has toured many of its communities across the country which have been helping the homeless, known as ‘companions’, for decades.

During her visit, the Queen Consort gave an off-the-cuff speech in which she praised the organisation, noting that she has visited its centres ’13 or 14′ times over the years.

She also pledged that if the charity does open a women’s-only facility, she will come and open it.

While at her engagement, she also looked at donated furniture and home furnishings in the boutique shop of Emmaus SLC, revealing that she is a thrifty shopper who has bagged a bargain in a charity shop.

Britain’s King Charles III with Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London Kenneth Olisa outside the kitchen in Harrow 

Queen Consort Camilla was pictured in deep conversation with staff and volunteers as she commemorated the hard work that they do 

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