The room's decor is quite elaborate, including crystal candelabras, rooster statuettes and several paintings and photographs. But what really caught our eye was the ornate plate collection. While the two displays are partially hidden by her standing lamps, the colorful ceramic plates (perhaps collectables) still add a unique element to the room's overall aesthetic.
The massive space might look familiar to some, since the Prince of Wales also offered fans a sneak peek into the room in October. When Prince Charles entertained Iraqi prime minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi, he shared a photo of himself and the future king standing near the intricate stone fireplace (and eagle-eyed fans might have also noticed Kate Middleton and Prince William's photo in the background).
In addition to Camilla's initial post for World Osteoporosis Day, the duchess also released an inspiring video message, which featured a never-before-seen glimpse of the pastel decor in her living room. It it, we see pastel green walls, bright pink curtains and a pink lamp.
In the video, the duchess said, "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. 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."
We don't know if we're on board with Camilla's decor, but rooster statues are certainly a choice!