Camilla Hits The Dance Floor With Charity Volunteers In Bristol
The Duchess of Cornwall is never one to shy away from actively taking part in her royal engagements – she is the first to try local treats on offer, happy to make purchases at small market stalls if something catches her eye, and today, took to the dance floor for some swing dancing during her visit to Bristol.
Camilla was a guest of honour at the Vintage Tea Party hosted by the Royal Voluntary Service, of which she has been President since 2013, at Trinity Centre. After having tea and cake with the charity’s volunteers and beneficiaries – including 91-year-old Lillian Murphy – the Duchess agreed to dance with several volunteers as the music came on.
One of her dance partners was veteran royal photographer Arthur Edwards, both proving to be excellent dancers. “Don’t tell my husband,” Camilla said with a laugh as she danced.
The Duchess later continued in Bristol with two more engagements: she visited the National Headquarters of Women’s Aid, where she heard from women who survived domestic violence.
She then stopped at North Street before heading back to London, visiting several local food producers.Filed under The United Kingdom
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