The background features a combination of light green walls and cream paneling. The duchess is blocking the marble fireplace, which is situated underneath a large gold-framed photo. The pink lampshade and curtains offer an interesting color contrast against the green walls.
The emotional appearance should come as no surprise to royal aficionados, since Bowles has been the President of the Royal Osteoporosis Society since 2001. During the video, the royal encourages viewers to not only spread awareness about the cause but to also stay active.
“We know it is vital to eat the right food, to take regular and weight-bearing exercise and, so importantly, to educate young people as to how to look after their bone health,” she says. “We can therefore mark this World Osteoporosis Day with hope and confidence that, together, we will be able to bring an end to this ‘silent’ disease that has brought such misery and pain to millions of people across the globe.”
This isn’t the first time Bowles has given us a glimpse of Clarence House, which is where she currently resides with her husband, Prince Charles. At this rate, we should have an entire home tour by Christmas.