Clarence House shared an annual review of all of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles’ official engagements on social media. It revealed the couple had been involved in 397 official engagements, which saw them visit 84 towns and 42 counties.
The post said: “From the Scillies to Skye, Cookstown to Cambridge, watch highlights from The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall’s 2021/22 year in review.”
The couple’s efforts were praised by fans of the Firm who thanked them for their continuous hard work.
Twitter user @jencarsontaylor wrote: “Thank you both”
A second user @swotty2 said: “You both are an inspiration”
A third user, operating under the handle @loyal_gigi, wrote: “Thank you for all your great work the world needs more like you.”
A fourth user @fireindomitable added: “Thank you. Thank you for all that you do and your tireless work highlighting causes all over the world.”
As senior members of the Royal Family, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall are no strangers to undertaking a huge number of both UK and overseas tours.
The Clarence House annual review has now been released alongside a video of highlights from the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall’s 2021/2022 year.
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They were welcomed by both locals and tourists who had bravely ventured out in the heat to meet the senior royals.
They later went on to visit Newlyn where they discovered more about the sustainable fishing practices of local fishermen.
And the first day was brought to a fabulous conclusion with another magnificent garden party – this time at Boconnoc House – where 600 guests from across the county of Cornwall gathered to mark 70 years of Prince Charles’ role as head of the Duchy of Cornwall.