Camilla Parker Bowles’s Best Kept Secret Revealed!

Camilla Parker Bowles Prince Charles's Wife

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall has been trying new and innovative means to make her skin more youthful despite the passage of time.

The 72-year-old senior royal became a fan of a new vegan product called Nettle Venom that had similar effects to Botox.

The cream, which retails for £64 ($82) per package, recently gained huge popularity among other famous people such as Victoria Beckham, Gwyneth Paltrow, Cheryl Ann Tweedy (Cheryl Cole), and Kylie Minogue as its effect imitated the stinging of bees, which resulted in the skin trying to repair itself and thus reduced the wrinkling.

The formula for the unusual product was developed by renowned beauty expert Deborah Mitchell, who stated that if Nettle Venom was incorporated into one’s daily beauty regime, it could defy the wrinkles on the skin and the coloring of the face more even.

The creator explained that she spent years perfecting the cream and used only organic vegan ingredients in the making.

According to Mitchell, she introduced the Duchess of Cornwall with her creation about a year and a half before making it public, and Camilla was really pleased with the results.

Speaking of Camilla Parker Bowles, who was last week photographed wearing a Fitbit activity tracker watch, Ms. Mitchell said: “I started treating the Duchess of Cornwall with samples of it about a year and a half before anyone knew it existed. And she loved the results.”

Apparently, the senior royal is no stranger to unusual procedures, as in the past, she preferred the £86 ($110) Bee Venom Mask, which was again developed by Mitchell and implemented bee venom for skincare procedures.

This should not come as a surprise, as Camilla’s passion for bees has been well-known ever since the Duchess of Cornwall headed the charity organization Bees For Development, which aims to support beekeeping in numerous countries all around the world.

In a recent interview, Duchess Camilla briefly spoke about beauty. While on BBC Radio 5’s Emma Barnett Show where she confessed that she is eager to go get her hair done after COVID-19 lockdown.

She revealed: “I imagine it’s a slight relief to get the hair done? It is a relief, I think, for all women. I think a lot of them were crying out for a hairdresser throughout COVID.”

With a growing popularity, Camilla has really established herself as senior member of the royal family. Will this be enough for her to become Queen one day?

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The Duchess of Cornwall today joined the @wowglobal 24-hour festival to discuss her longstanding work on domestic abuse and announce a new patronage with charity @safelives_. The Duchess has been raising awareness of the issue of domestic abuse and sexual violence for more than ten years. She has visited many refuges and met with organisations and charities tackling the issue both in the UK and overseas. Her Royal Highness first heard of the work of domestic abuse charity SafeLives in 2016 and has met with survivors, frontline staff and professionals that work in partnership with SafeLives on many occasions over the past four years. . “I want to say how proud I am to have become Patron of SafeLives. SafeLives will always stick in my memory from the first visit I paid there…that was a moment when I thought, goodness I’ve got to do something to help these people.” – The Duchess of Cornwall. . Tonight at #WOWGlobal24, The Duchess spoke with WOW Founder Jude Kelly, Suzanne Jacob, the Chief Executive of SafeLives, and Gina Miller, campaigner and survivor of domestic abuse. Looking at how the pandemic has affected the victims and survivors of domestic abuse, as well as the new affirmed relationship with @safelives_ to help end domestic abuse for everyone, for good. #EveryonesProblem #ReachIn

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