Prince Charles chuckles after being offered an insect cake – Daily Mail

Just a week ago, Camilla sported the beige polka-dot dress to chat with Richard Branson at Wimbledon. The pretty pale pink spotted dress enjoyed another showing this afternoon as the Duchess of Cornwall, who celebrated her 71st birthday yesterday, arrived with Prince Charles at a ‘gate-to-plate’ farm in Honiton, Devon as their royal tour continues. (Pictured: Camilla in a favourite polka-dot dress last week at SW19, and today in Honiton with Prince Charles)

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