Camilla Parker Bowles has a new portrait that includes her most adorable family member


Camila Parker BowlesOn July 17, 1947, she was born. The Duchess of Cornwall posted a new portrait of herself alongside the most adorable member of the royal family as she celebrates her 75th Birthday. Let’s take a look.

Camilla Parker Bowles Favorite Companion

Bowles loves animals. Clarence House posted photos of Beth and her rescue dog on her 75th Birthday. Beth is a royal cutie.

The official royal family Instagram page posted a photo including Beth as well, but it’s not with a cup of tea. In each photo, Beth and Bowles have almost identical expressions.

Let’s Meet Beth

Bowles is proud to be the proud parent of Bluebell and Beth, Jack Russell Terriers. Bowles is close to the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home animal welfare charity, which Bowles adopted both rescue dogs. Bowles visited an organizationLast year, Beth took on a challenge to ignore toys and treats and go for her owner. Beth did a fantastic job and was awarded a “Winner” trophy.

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Bluebell and Beth were both models for Battersea. In a 2021 Instagram post, the pair sat on chairs and in their parent’s arms to help promote the rescue movement.

Charitable Campaign

Much of Bowles’ charity work centers on animal welfare. She is also Patron of Battersea Dogs and Cats Home and welcomed volunteers and their furry friends into Clarence House’s gardens. While the humans enjoyed cake and the dogs enjoyed ice cream, The royal family posted a video on Instagram.

Many Royal Pets

Most royal family members have a pet. Prince William and Kate Middleton have Orla, a black cocker spaniel who is their family dog.

Prior to that, Lupo was their spaniel who unfortunately died in 2020.

Bowles prefers Jack Russell terriers, while William prefers black cocker spaniels. However, everyone knows the breed Queen Elizabeth loves: corgis. She’s had as many as 30 dogs in her palaces over the years. Elizabeth’s corgis even met James Bond ahead of the 2012 Olympics. It’s unknown just how many of her corgis are rescues and which stem from breeders, but it’s nice to know Bowles would choose to adopt instead of shop.

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