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Duchess of Cornwall helps to plant a shrub at Whittington Hospital garden

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Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall sported a navy shirt gown and heeled black boots as she met with nurses at Whittington Hospital in north London immediately. 

The spouse of Prince Charles, 73,  helped to mark International Nurses Day by serving to to plant a shrub within the hospital garden 

The royal, who’s Patron of Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity, met sufferers, workers and nurses at the hospital. 

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall sported a navy shirt gown and heeled black boots as she met with nurses at Whittington Hospital in north London immediately

The wife of Prince Charles, 73, helped to mark International Nurses Day by helping to plant a shrub in the hospital garden

The spouse of Prince Charles, 73, helped to mark International Nurses Day by serving to to plant a shrub within the hospital garden

Camilla, who has spent most of lockdown at Clarence House, wore a patterned ankle size navy gown with a fashionable feather print sample. 

Keeping the look elegant, Camilla added a golden drop earring and styled her hair in her signature parted curled bob.

 Looking glamorous from head to toe, Camilla teamed the look with knee size black boots and a gold bracelet.  

After assembly sufferers contained in the hospital and workers together with  Specialist Nurse Giselle Padmore-Payne, she went exterior to  plant a shrub with Kate Green, and Michelle Johnson Director of Nursing. 

The royal, who is Patron of Roald Dahl¿s Marvellous Children¿s Charity, met patients, Staff and Nurses at the hospital. Pictured: Duchess of Cornwall helps to plant a shrub with Kate Green, right,

The royal, who’s Patron of Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity, met sufferers, Staff and Nurses at the hospital. Pictured: Duchess of Cornwall helps to plant a shrub with Kate Green, proper,

After meeting patients inside the hospital and staff including Specialist Nurse Giselle Padmore-Payne, she went outside to plant a shrub with Kate Green, and Michelle Johnson Director of Nursing (pictured together)

After assembly sufferers contained in the hospital and workers together with Specialist Nurse Giselle Padmore-Payne, she went exterior to plant a shrub with Kate Green, and Michelle Johnson Director of Nursing (pictured collectively) 

Camilla is one of the various royals to pay tribute to NHS workers immediately.

Earlier immediately, the Earl and Countess of Wessex  visited Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey to mark International Nursing Day.

The couple had been obtained by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey, Mr. Michael More-Molyneux and met with NHS workers and key staff at the hospital which is simply 4 miles from their dwelling Bagshot Park, the place they reside with their youngsters Lady Louise Windsor, 17 and James, Viscount Severn, 13. 

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall speaks to Michelle Johnson, Director of Nursing, left, as she visits the hospital gardens during a visit on International Nurse Day to Whittington Hospital in London

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall speaks to Michelle Johnson, Director of Nursing, left, as she visits the hospital gardens throughout a go to on International Nurse Day to Whittington Hospital in London

Last night time, Camilla’s husband Charles personally thanked workers who cared for his late father at St Barts Hospital earlier than his loss of life.

The Prince of Wales, 72, was on a go to to the historic hospital within the City of London yesterday when he obtained the prospect to meet privately with some of the staff that cared for the Duke of Edinburgh when he was transferred for coronary heart surgical procedure in March.  

Royal officers declined to say who, saying the hospital wished to defend their identities, however confirmed the group included a nurse, a marketing consultant and a therapist.

Philip, who died final month at the age of 99, spent 4 nights at St Barts, after being transferred from the non-public King Edward VII Hospital on 1st March.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall smiles with Baroness Julia Neuberger, right, as she visits the hospital gardens during a visit on International Nurse Day to Whittington Hospital

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall smiles with Baroness Julia Neuberger, proper, as she visits the hospital gardens throughout a go to on International Nurse Day to Whittington Hospital

He subsequently underwent a profitable process for a pre-existing coronary heart situation, earlier than being moved again to the King Edward VII.

The assembly lasted round ten minutes. 

Professor Charles Knight, chief govt of St Barts, mentioned the Prince had been eager to use his pre-planned go to to personally thank workers for what they did for his father. He mentioned: ‘It meant an unlimited quantity to us that he got here to go to and likewise that he met these concerned in his father’s care.

Duchess of Cornwall speaks to Zoe Broadhead, Critical Care Outreach Sister during a visit on International Nurse Day to Whittington Hospital

Duchess of Cornwall speaks to Zoe Broadhead, Critical Care Outreach Sister throughout a go to on International Nurse Day to Whittington Hospital

Duchess of Cornwall meets Roald Dahl Specialist Nurse Giselle Padmore-Payne, centre, during a visit on International Nurse Day to Whittington Hospital

Duchess of Cornwall meets Roald Dahl Specialist Nurse Giselle Padmore-Payne, centre, throughout a go to on International Nurse Day to Whittington Hospital

‘We had been simply so honoured to have handled his father and it was great to see the Prince of Wales immediately. ‘It was notably particular that he obtained the chance to converse to some of our workers right here forward of International Nurses’ Day tomorrow.’ 

‘It was notably particular that he obtained the chance to converse to some of our workers right here. ‘

St Bartholomew’s is the oldest hospital within the nation to stay on its unique website, 

And at the beginning of his go to Prince Charles was briefed on deliberate restoration works for the hospital’s Grade I listed buildings forward of its 900th birthday in 2023.

The hospital has offered free healthcare on the identical website since reign of Henry I and immediately is dwelling to the biggest cardiac unit in Europe and London’s second largest most cancers centre.