Once reviled as a lover and marriage-wrecker, Camilla is now very popular. And she has found her role: like Prince Philip once was for Elizabeth II, she is the rock in the surf for the new King Charles III.
London tourists who stopped in front of Buckingham Palace this morning on November 14th to watch the famous red-uniformed soldiers with bearskin hats at the changing of the guard saw a special musical performance at 11 a.m. British time: the military band of the Royal Household Cavalry intoned “Happy Birthday”. That only happens once a year: at the cradle party of the incumbent monarch.
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