NewsDuchess Camilla likes organic: Rare insight into her menu

Duchess Camilla likes organic: Rare insight into her menu

Duchess Camilla's nutrition plan could surprise some royal fans. Instead of haute cuisine, she prefers simple dishes from British cuisine.

London – Prince Charles (73) has long been concerned about sustainability – even when it comes to nutrition. His wife Camilla (74) is in no way inferior to the royal, as a look at her menu reveals.* reveals what Duchess Camilla's nutritional plan looks like.

At 74, Duchess Camilla is still in great shape and very agile. The daughter-in-law of Queen Elizabeth II (95) has countless appointments for the British royal family every year and travels to various countries alongside Prince Charles. In order to be able to keep up this strenuous program for as many years as possible, it is of course important to always keep an eye on your health. This also includes an appropriate diet. Prince Charles has been committed to climate and environmental protection as well as sustainable consumption for a long time. This is also reflected in his attitude towards food production. The heir to the British throne, for example, keeps chickens on his country estate and grows his own vegetables. Camilla fully supports her husband's conscious lifestyle. She also relies on organic quality when it comes to food. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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