Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall is to visitor edit Nation Life journal.
The duchess will comply with within the footsteps of her husband, Prince Charles – who has presided over the publication twice, for his sixty fifth birthday in November 2013 and his seventieth 5 years later – when she oversees the output of the journal in July in honour of her seventy fifth birthday.
The particular version difficulty will “mirror the Duchess’s love of horses and canines”, revealing her “champions of the countryside, her most cherished view and favorite recipe”, however can also be anticipated to highlight “troublesome points” confronted by feminine readers, resembling home violence and loneliness.
A supply informed the Day by day Telegraph newspaper: “She loves the nation life, nevertheless it gained’t be simply horses and canines and wonderful countryside.
“There’s that barely confronting aspect of the troublesome points the countryside faces. She needs to have a bit extra in regards to the challenges going through individuals, notably for ladies.”
Camilla’s spokesperson added: “The version may even concentrate on the work of the Duchess as patron of over 90 charities, from Barnardo’s to The Royal College of Needlework and The Royal Society of Literature.”
Journal bosses hailed the duchess’ involvement a “nice honour”.
Editor Mark Hedges stated: “It’s a nice honour that the Duchess of Cornwall has agreed to visitor edit Nation Life in July. Her Royal Highness is a passionate countrywoman and we’re delighted that she follows her husband in presiding over this commemorative version.”
Camilla’s son, meals author Tom Parker Bowles, joked he hoped his non permanent boss will not have too many issues along with his common column for the difficulty.
He stated: “As a columnist for Nation Life, I’m delighted my mom shall be visitor modifying a particular difficulty. However slightly hoping she gained’t attempt to muck about with my copy.”
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