Camilla Parker and Prince Charles learnt about coronavirus vaccine trials and also met other volunteers and healthcare workers.
It was confirmed that last week Camilla Parker and Prince Charles received their COVID-19 vaccinations and were seen giving reassurance to other patients during their Queen Elizabeth Hospital tour.
Camilla Parker and Prince Charles met a woman named Nicki Cadwallader, who was also receiving a jab. Prince Charles gave her support by saying- ‘Don’t worry, it doesn’t take too long.’
Camilla Parker added by saying-‘It’s a good thing. It doesn’t hurt. It’s very good when it’s over as you feel more secure. Panic over.’ The duchess told the coronavirus vaccination team- ‘I leapt for joy. I didn’t feel anything. I’m eternally grateful for everything.’
Camilla Parker and Prince Charles were greeted wholeheartedly at a distance by the Health Secretary named Matt Hancock. Everyone was seen wearing face masks.
In a speech, Charles said: “Ladies and Gentleman, the Secretary of State mentioned just now that the National Health Service was 72 years old, which happens to coincide exactly with the same age as I am. And the great thing is that the NHS has done a great deal better I can assure you than I have, as I am gradually falling apart.”
He continued by saying- “I know, over the last year, it must be absolutely exhausting for so many of you. But I know the NHS is such an enormous team and there are masses of people who are unsung and unseen heroes and heroines.”
Camilla Parker’s Outfit For The Visit To Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Camilla Parker appeared in a bright coat that had pops of electric, red, and black colour, which she has been snapped in many times. She wore the knee-length coat with a pair of black boots.
Camilla Parker also carried a handbag by DeMellier London that is priced at £250. The bag made from calf leather can be worn cross-body or can be carried with a small handle on the top.