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Health & Fitness: Prince Louis steps in to help 'tense' Camilla with sweet Christmas gesture

Queen Consort Camilla dons tartan outfit and iconic blue bracelet for Scottish engagement

  Queen Consort Camilla dons tartan outfit and iconic blue bracelet for Scottish engagement Queen Consort Camilla and King Charles stepped out in Aberdeenshire to meet people involved in putting on events following the death of Queen Elizabeth, and she wore a tartan outfit in honour of the occasion in Scotland.The Queen Consort wore a grey jacket with a red and grey tartan collar for her visit today.

Prince Louis stepped in to help an anxious Camilla with a sweet gesture during their Christmas Day appearance, according to an expert. Louis was with parents Kate Middleton and Prince William outside Sandringham during the Christmas Day walkabout on December 25.

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The trio were joined by siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince George. Camilla was also there, accompanying husband and monarch King Charles III.

Body language expert Judi James told the Mirror that Camilla appeared “awkward” and “tense” on Christmas Day. Judi said: “When the royals emerged from the church Charles appeared to be in high spirits, pointing to and laughing with the clergy but leaving Camilla trailing in his wake.

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“Her repeated eye-dart rituals as she tried to position herself alongside her husband reflected inner tension or awkwardness.” Judi added: “The way Louis stepped away from his parents to join her and chat to her suggested he was keen to cheer her up with some company and help her relax.”

Judi said: “Louis’ body language is still very spontaneous and small children can often feel or sense when someone needs company.” Gemma Clark, 42, who travelled with her 72-year-old father Paul Clark from Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, was among the members of the public to greet the royals.

She gave toys to George, Charlotte and Louis. Miss Clark, who was in a wheelchair, said it was “absolutely brilliant” to meet William and Kate and their three children.

“I love them to bits, especially the children, the children are amazing,” she said. “Prince Louis – I love Louis. He’s always cheeky, that Louis is, but I love him.”

“They said ‘thank you very much’ and ‘happy Christmas’,” Ms Clark said. “I also met the King as well, just for a brief minute. The King is absolutely gorgeous, I like King Charles III, I think he’s going to be an amazing King, I really do.”

King Charles salutes late queen, public workers in speech .
LONDON (AP) — King Charles III evoked memories Sunday of his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II, as he broadcast his first Christmas message as monarch in a speech that also paid tribute to the “selfless dedication” of Britain’s public service workers, many of whom are in a fight with the government over pay. Charles, 74, also empathized in the prerecorded message with people struggling to make ends meet “at a time of great anxiety and hardship.” Like some other parts of the world, the U.K. is wrestling with high inflation that has caused a cost-of-living crisis for many households.

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