A special day! Kate Middleton and Prince William gave a sweet shout-out to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall on Saturday, July 17 — a.k.a. her 74th birthday.
"Wishing the Duchess of Cornwall a very happy birthday today," they couple captioned an Instagram Story of Camilla.
Queen Elizabeth also wrote, "Wishing the Duchess of Cornwall a very happy birthday today! #HappyBirthdayHRH. Swipe up to find out more about HRH's life and work."
"Thank you for all the birthday wishes for The Duchess of Cornwall 🎂," Camilla and Prince Charles captioned a shot of the Duchess smiling.
Fans immediately took to the comments section to write some sweet messages. One person wrote, "Happy Birthday and thank you for inspiring us to read through The Reading Room 🙌," while another added, "Very happy birthday to incredibly kind, generous and compassionate The Duchess ❤️."
A third user added, "Best wishes for a wonderful year ahead. 🎂🥂."
Camilla and her husband have been very busy as of late. On July 15, the two made a special outing to see some animals.
"The Prince and The Duchess attended the Great Yorkshire Show today ☀️," the post read. "The Show features the best of British farming and gives the public first-hand experience of agriculture and rural life through demonstrations, exhibitions and competitions from show jumping to sheep shearing! TRH toured the show ground, visiting the livestock area and education centre, and said hello to a lot of people along the way!"
Before that, Camilla attended a charity event, where she donned a white dress and looked amazing.
“'In 2002, my beloved brother, Mark, helped create the charity Elephant Family, to protect Asia’s magnificent wildlife. Over the past few weeks, Londoners have had the rare opportunity to see some of that wildlife (albeit in static form!) on the Mall, in Green Park, in St James’s Park and in Berkeley Square. 'These magnificent, life-sized elephants have roamed – with a little help - from the Nilgiri Hills of Southern India, to the Cotswolds, to the heart of the city to raise awareness of the vital importance of healthy co-existence between humans and animals. They are a timely reminder to us all to live well with Nature, wherever we may be.'"- The Duchess of Cornwall, Joint President of @elephantfamily," the caption read.
"This evening, The Prince and The Duchess attended ‘A Starry Night in the Nilgiri Hills’ - an event hosted by @elephantfamily, in partnership with @thebritishasiantrust, to mark the finale of the @coexistence.story campaign. 🐘During the event, Their Royal Highnesses viewed an outdoor screening of ‘The Year Earth Changed’ narrated by Sir David Attenborough. #CoExistence is an environmental art exhibition which has seen a herd of over 100 elephant sculptures displayed in London’s Royal Parks in one of the country’s biggest outdoor exhibitions to raise awareness of the healthy co-existence between humans and animals. TRH are Joint Presidents of Elephant Family," the post continued.