Camilla debuts golden bracelet ‘gifted from Prince Charles for their 16th anniversary’

The Duchess of Cornwall (pictured) has showcased a stunning golden bracelet featuring heart charms, which is thought to have been a gift from the Prince of Wales for their 16th anniversary

The Duchess of Cornwall has showcased a stunning golden bracelet featuring heart charms, which is thought to have been a gift from the Prince of Wales for their 16th anniversary.

Camilla, 73, wore the shimmering jewellery in a new video and portrait released to mark the second season of her online book club, The Reading Room, which highlights different authors and novels through Instagram.

The duchess recycled her navy and white pleated dress by Fiona Clare for the occasion and also appeared to be wearing a new bracelet, thought to be an anniversary present from Prince Charles, according to 9Honey.

Charles and Camilla marked 16 years of marriage on April 9, but there were no celebrations considering it was also the day Prince Philip died, aged 99. 

The Duchess of Cornwall (pictured) has showcased a stunning golden bracelet featuring heart charms, which is thought to have been a gift from the Prince of Wales for their 16th anniversary

The Duchess of Cornwall (pictured) has showcased a stunning golden bracelet featuring heart charms, which is thought to have been a gift from the Prince of Wales for their 16th anniversary

Charles and Camilla pictured posing for their 2020 Christmas card at Birkhall in Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Charles and Camilla pictured posing for their 2020 Christmas card at Birkhall in Aberdeenshire, Scotland

The golden bracelet features love-heart charms and can be seen on Camilla’s wrist, alongside another charm piece she often wears. 

In the clip, shared along with a portrait of the duchess, Camilla revealed the idea behind her online book club has come to fruition – with avid readers ‘chatting and communicating – swapping ideas’.

Camilla launched her Reading Room on Instagram in January to encourage book fans of all ages to discover new writers and create a hub where literary communities across the globe could connect.

In a video the duchess describes how she has received many letters from Russia and also Indonesia, Australia and Europe with readers beginning to interact with each other.

She said: ‘They’re so sort of warm and friendly and you know then they recommend their books, which is quite nice to sort of jot down when you are thinking of books.’

Camilla (pictured in 2020), 73, wore the shimmering jewellery in a new video and portrait released to mark the second season of her online book club, The Reading Room, which highlights different authors and novels through Instagram

Camilla (pictured in 2020), 73, wore the shimmering jewellery in a new video and portrait released to mark the second season of her online book club, The Reading Room, which highlights different authors and novels through Instagram

Camilla went on to say: ‘I mean, we’ve a slight lack of communication lately with all of us locked in, we haven’t had our family and friends round us so it’s quite nice to sort of talk to people through books online.

‘And I’ve noticed through the comments, there are a lot of people beginning to sort of chat to each other and that’s, you know, that was the idea in the first place, just to get people chatting and communicating – swapping ideas.’

A new portrait of the duchess, taken in the Morning Room at Clarence House, has been released to mark season two of her online book club.

For the new season Camilla has selected four books – Girl by Edna O’Brien, A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles, The Red Notebook by Antoine Laurain and The Secret Commonwealth from The Book Of Dust trilogy by Philip Pullman.

On Instagram, the duchess revealed the second four personal picks (pictured) for her Reading Room - ranging from fantasy novels to romantic tales

On Instagram, the duchess revealed the second four personal picks (pictured) for her Reading Room – ranging from fantasy novels to romantic tales

From the world of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials – which was adapted into a BBC series and based on the notion of parallel worlds – The Book of Dust Volume 2: The Secret Commonwealth continues to follow the adventures Lyra Silvertongue.

By contrast, A Gentleman in Moscow is set in the Russian city’s Metropol Hotel, where the dashing Count Rostov is condemned to lifelong house arrest in 1922.  

Elsewhere, The Red Notebook by Antoine Laurain is a romantic tale set in Paris and sees bookseller Laurent discover a notebook containing offbeat thoughts, which capture his imagination, before he sets out to find the owner.  

Lastly, Edna O’Brien’s Girl is a harrowing portrayal of a young woman abducted by Nigerian terrorists.

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