Duchess Camilla leaves heart-eyed royal fans sure she is Prince Charles’ ‘soulmate’ in new video

We can see how proud Duchess Camilla is of her husband

Duchess Camilla Prince Charles
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A new video of Duchess Camilla speaking about her husband Prince Charles has left royal fans admiring their close bond. 


Duchess Camilla sat down with ITV Racing presenter Oli Bell for a chat about the importance of Royal Ascot and horses in her life and the lives of fellow royal family members. 

Looking over photographs of Prince Charles riding race horses as a jockey, Camilla was asked if she and the future King ever chat about those days. 

"He enjoyed it very much. I think he rode at Cheltenham. 

"He had a tiny bit of a tumble half way round," the Duchess giggled, adding, "But he enjoyed it. 

"He's somebody who likes partaking rather than watching. He likes to be part of a sport."

The comment section quickly filled with kind words from Charles and Camilla's supporters in awe of the pair's touching relationship. 

"She is his soulmate. I think Camilla is doing a great job," one wrote. 

"I love this so, so much. Such a deeply personal and special insight, so precious. I love the way she talks about her husband. You can literally see the little hearts in her eyes," another penned. 

"So understanding and supportive of her husband," a third chipped in, while a fourth commenter added, "The Duchess of Cornwall and Prince of Wales seem like such a lovely and happy couple."

Another video of the future Queen Consort speaking about her mother-in-law, the Queen, and her incredible passion for horses and riding was also shared on social media. 

Speaking on Her Majesty's incredible expertise on her beloved hobby, Camilla said, "She loves it and you can tell how much she loves it."

Continuing her outpour of praise for the monarch's genuine love of the sport, Camilla went on to say, "She can tell you every horse she’s bred and owned, from the very beginning, she doesn’t forget anything. I can hardly remember what I bred a year ago, so she’s encyclopedic about her knowledge."