When it comes to interior decorating, no detail is too small for Camilla Parker Bowles. At least, that’s the vibe we’re getting from this home video recording.
The Duchess of Cornwall recently sent a message at the start of Volunteers Week, a seven-day event usually celebrated during the first week of June. During the video, the royal (who is President of the Royal Volunteer Service) thanked the thousands of volunteers supporting those in need, in hospitals and in the community, as well as the hundreds of thousands of NHS volunteer responders.
As the President of @RoyalVolService, The Duchess has shared a video message for the charity's #VirtualVillageHall to thank the thousands of volunteers supporting those in need, in hospital and in the community, as well as the hundreds of thousands of #NHSVolunteerResponders. 👏 pic.twitter.com/0wJiuXNUSh— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) June 1, 2020
“The past weeks have seen a surge in volunteering…this makes me incredibly proud of our country and of our national willingness to step forward to help in these very challenging times,” the duchess said in the clip. The video was shot from Camilla’s Scottish home that she shares with her husband Prince Charles. In fact, the 72-year-old royal has actually given us a look into this room before (we’d recognize that upholstered chair anywhere), when she shared a message in honor of World Bee Day.
However, we did seem to miss one major detail—the flowers. Yep. If you take a look at the bouquet of flowers over the duchess’s right shoulder, you’ll notice that roses and Baby’s Breath actually match the pattern on the chair she’s sitting in. Coincidence? Sure, we guess it could be.
But knowing how detail-oriented Camilla is, we’d say the duchess knows exactly what she's doing.