The Duchess of Cornwall has given royal fans a glimpse into her private study in Birkhall on Scotland's Balmoral Estate as she returns to work after 14 days of self-isolating.
Camilla was photographed taking a call from her office in her role as President of The Royal Voluntary Service.
The duchess chatted with 85-year-old Doris Winfield, from Rickmansworth in Hertfordshire, who has also spent the last two weeks self-isolating.
Good to see the The Duchess of Cornwall looking so well and back at work after 14 days of self-isolation at Birkhall, Scotland. As president of @RoyalVolService she spoke with Doris Winfield, 85, who has spent two weeks self-isolating during the #coronavirus crisis. 📸#CarenceHo pic.twitter.com/xR3Oz1mzCb— Dickie Arbiter 🇬🇧 (@RoyalDickie) April 7, 2020
A peek into Camilla's office showed a sweet family memento. On Camilla's bookshelf are some adorable paper cut-out dolls of the royal family - including the Queen next to Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Cut-outs of Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Camilla, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry could be seen behind the royal trio.
Harry Potter books could also be seen on the bookshelf along with JK Rowling's The Casual Vacancy novel.
Meanwhile, the 72-year-old duchess spoke about how she was missing her family during her chat with Doris.
We’ve already teamed up with @NHSEngland to protect those most at risk of #coronavirus. But it’s vital we provide a lifeline for the older people who already depend on us.— Royal Voluntary Service (@RoyalVolService) April 3, 2020
Isolation doesn’t have to mean coping alone.
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"Having a chat with the HRH The Duchess of Cornwall meant the world to me," Doris said (via ITV). I've been incredibly lonely over the last couple of weeks and it was wonderful to talk to her.
"We talked about life in isolation and shared hobbies, she was very interested in my family and how I was coping without them. It's really cheered me up."
Camilla dded: "As the proud President of the Royal Voluntary Service, I wanted to send my warmest thanks to all the NHS Volunteer Responders who have come forward in unprecedented numbers to offer help to the NHS."
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