Prince Charles and Camilla Are 'Walking' Into the New Year in Never-Before-Seen Christmas Photo
Clarence House Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall Camilla have their walking sticks in hand and are ready to kick off the new year!
The royal couple posted a brand new photo on Friday to celebrate Christmas. The royal couple were welcomed by a staff member at their home in Birkhall, Scotland earlier this year and are smiling in the portrait. They wear their low-key country attire (with a hat for Camilla and binoculars for Charles!) And are ready for an afternoon stroll through the Scottish Highlands.
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For the first time in years, the royal family is spending Christmas separately. Charles and Camilla celebrate at Highgrove, their Gloucestershire estate, after Queen Elizabeth canceled the royal family's annual Christmas break in Sandringham. The 94-year-old monarch and 99-year-old husband Prince Philip will be "quietly" holidaying at Windsor Castle, where they have spent much of their time in isolation since March.
Samir Hussein / WireImage Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall Camilla (right) join the Royal Family at Windsor Castle on December 8th
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Prince William, Kate Middleton and their three children - Prince George (7), Princess Charlotte (5) and Prince Louis (2) - are at their cottage in Notes Hall in Norfolk while Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrate their first American Christmas with her Son Archie in their new home in Montecito, California.
"It won't be a Christmas like any other this year," said Camilla at the beginning of the month. "And we just have to make the best of it."
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