DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA – Australian television journalist Lisa Wilkinson claims Queen Consort Camilla looked ‘nervous’ at the proclamation ceremony of her husband King Charles III.
Camilla stood beside Prince William with her hands tensely crossed for much of ceremony held at St James’s Palace, with both signing the proclamation as witnesses following the death of the Queen at Balmoral Castle aged 96.
Charles vowed to dedicate himself to his duties as King saying: ‘In carrying out the heavy task that has been laid upon me on to which I now dedicate what remains to me of my life, I pray for the guidance and help of Almighty God’.
Wilkinson was speaking to The Project’s UK correspondent Lucy McDonald outside Windsor Castle, after flying to London for the program.
‘Camilla looked a little bit nervous during that proclamation ceremony yesterday. Did you notice that or was that just me?’ Wilkinson asked.
‘She kind of looked like she wanted to go home and have a cup of tea… or a glass of sherry.’
Camilla, wearing a black dress, remained silent throughout the somber ceremony alongside Prince William.
‘In all this, I am profoundly encouraged by the constant support of my beloved wife,’ King Charles III said.
They then signed the proclamation as witnesses along with each of the 200 members of the privy council before they gave three cheers.
Ms McDonald said she was impressed by how Charles had presented himself to the public in recent days.
‘He does seem like a more loving and emotionally attuned pair of hands than many of us thought,’ she said.
‘There is a lot of political and economic upheaval here in Britain and we are looking for some stability and we hope he can provide that … ‘ READ MORE.