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Queen Consort Camilla “deeply sad”: she has lost a loved one

This Wednesday, March 29, the Twitter account of the royal family announced the death of a friend of Queen Consort Camilla. A death that, according to the information revealed, has really upset the wife of Charles III.

This is sad news for the Queen Consort. As announced by the royal family on Twitter this Wednesday, March 29, the wife of King Charles III is currently in mourning. For cause, she is currently mourning the death of someone dear to her life: television host Paul O’Grady. “It is with deep sadness that the royal family learned of the death of Paul O’Grady,” can be found in the photo caption of Camilla and his late friend.

A man “who worked closely with Her Majesty”, and who also “brought her many laughs and moving memories”. And if the two were so close, it is because they had a common passion: that of animals. It is also thanks to this that the queen and the host knew each other. Because as Hello Magazine said, “Paul and Camilla were linked by their love of animals, especially dogs. Fortunately, as stated by the husband of the deceased host in an official statement, the friend of the queen consort went away in the evening of Tuesday, March 28 peacefully. A detail that should probably help his friend to accept this death.


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Paul O’Grady: his tender statements on the queen consort

Still according to the information revealed by Hello Magazine this Wednesday, March 29, Queen Camilla and Paul O’Grady have regularly collaborated over the years. And during his lifetime, the 67-year-old entertainer regularly spoke about his unlikely friendship with the wife of Charles III. “Camilla is a really funny woman – you can have a good laugh with her and you don’t feel like you’re in a ceremony,” he had assured. I always get a big hug and a kiss from her too, which always shocks everyone.”

Being very close to her friend, Camilla Parker Bowles had even agreed to participate in one of his shows, Paul O’Grady: For The Love of Dogs. A passage that had greatly marked the host. “The duchess’s dog ran straight to her, ignoring the temptation put in his path while Sausage [Paul’s dog, editor’s note] headed straight for the press and photographers not very interested in the show,” he had confided on that day.

Photo credits : Agence / Bestimage

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