Camilla Parker-Bowles is a passionate advocate for abandoned animals. The queen consort of England will be the guest of a program devoted to the dogs of an overwhelmed refuge for the Christmas holidays.

  • Camilla Parker-Bowles herself adopted two dogs in 2012 and talks about it in a recent interview.
  • A London dog shelter will celebrate its 160th anniversary this year.
  • For this anniversary and for the love of animals, Camilla Parker-Bowles, Queen Consort of England, will be the guest of a famous show for the Christmas holidays.

The Queen consort rescue of abandoned dogs ! Camilla Parker-Bowles, wife of King Charles III, is known for her love of dogs. The Queen Consort of England, 75, is expected to take part in the show Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs. According to the magazine OK!the one-hour episode where we will see the appearance of the old Duchess of Cornwall will be aired during the holiday season. The famous ITV show will celebrate 160 years of the animal shelter Battersea Dogs & Cats Homeprecise OK! magazine. Animal lover, Camilla Parker-Bowles does not intend to let this event pass.

For celebrate the 160th anniversary of the refuge of London’s Battersea, Camilla Parker-Bowles will host a garden party at Clarence House. For the show and for the animals, the wife of King Charles III of England, 74, will visit the shelter. The Queen Consort of England will then have the opportunity to meet the poor animals known to be difficult to relocate. Remember that the refuge of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home takes care of these animals in the hope of find them a family by Christmasspecifies the article of OK! from Nov. 18, 2022. There’s a particular reason why Paul O’Grady invited Camilla Parker Bowles on the show.

Camilla Parker-Bowles: the queen consort wants to help several dogs that are difficult to place

The shelter of Battersea currently doing faced with a major problem. The center has to deal with a large number of dogs that are difficult to rehouse. Some dogs are at the end of their life, others suffer from life-threatening medical conditions. “For 11 years that I have been filming in Battersea, I have never seen him so busy. What is worrying is that there are a lot of dogs here who would be classified as difficult to place. Disabled dogs, blind dogs, whatever you want, we have them here right now“, said Paul O’Grady. In a recent article, the Queen consort talks about Beth and Bluebell and how she adopted them in 2012.


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