Camilla Parker-Bowles to guest-edit issue of Country Life magazine

The Duchess of Cornwall will guest-edit an issue of Country Life magazine to mark her seventy fifth birthday, it has been revealed.

Camilla will take the reins for the publication’s July version, for which she’s going to embrace her favorite recipe and her favorite view.

An keen animal-lover – the 74-year-old is the patron of Battersea Dogs and Cats residence as well as to being an equestrian and a dog-owner herself – Camilla can even take the chance to champion animals within the version.

The issue, which can come out because the publication celebrates its one hundred and twenty fifth anniversary, can even embrace a listing of “countryside champions” i.e. individuals who have made a big contribution to rural life as chosen by Camilla.

Camilla’s son, Tom Parker Bowles, is a columnist at Country Life and has spoken of his “delight” at having his mom be a part of the group for this particular issue.

“Rather hoping she won’t try to muck around with my copy,” he added.

Mark Hedges, editor of the magazine, described Camilla as a “passionate countrywoman” and added: “It is a great honour that the Duchess of Cornwall has agreed to guest-edit Country Life in July.”

He continued: “Country Life always chooses to salute all that is good and often marvellous in our world and this year we will be celebrating the unique place held by the magazine, as part of our nation’s heritage and in the hearts of our readers – and we now have more than at any time over the past 125 years.”

Camilla would be the third member of the royal household to guest-edit Country Life, following on from her husband, the Prince of Wales, who edited the publication to mark his sixty fifth birthday in November 2013 after which did the identical once more to have fun his seventieth in 2018.

Princess Anne edited the publication for the July issue to mark her seventieth birthday in 2020.

Elsewhere, the Duchess of Sussex guest-edited an issue of British Vogue in 2019 and the Duchess of Cambridge guest-edited Huffington Post for a day in 2016.

Additional reporting by PA

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