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Do you get stuck in traffic? It happens to queens too. Camilla word that yesterday she missed the opening of the first Queens Reading Room Festival, a literary festival to which she was the godmother, precisely because of the cars queuing. Fortunately, in his place was a fine substitute – King Charles – who welcomed in attendance including Sir Derek Jacobi, Richard E. Grant and Dame Joanna Lomsch. Camilla’s car arrived just in time to be greeted by the star of the evening, Dame Judi Dench – who has spoken of her lifelong passion for Shakespeare – along with Lady Joanna and presenter Giles Brandreth. “Sorry, all roads are closed.”said the Queen, who appeared in an elegant blue jumpsuit by Anna Valentine.
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Buckingham Palace said Her Majesty was unfortunately detained due to “weather related transport issues”. King Charles and his wife Camilla hosted the royal reception at Hampton Court Palace for the first Queen’s Reading Room Festival. The festival follows the success of the Queen Camilla Book Club, which launched on Instagram in January 2021 and garnered more than 160,000 followers. The Queen’s Reading Room is a charity whose purpose is to develop an appreciation of literature among adults and children in the United Kingdom and around the world. Charles was seen smiling and waving to guests during the festival’s reception at Hampton Court Palace.
The king’s wife wore royal blue overalls with black shoes. While Carlo was dressed in an elegant blue pinstriped suit. The event brought in various entertainment acts, such as a screening of Austentatious, the award-winning comedy seen in the West End and heard on Radio 4. The cast improvised a new Jane Austen humorous novel, based on a title invented by Queen Camilla. The variety of novels included in Camilla’s Book Club is bound to keep the reader entertained as different genres and storytelling styles are explored.
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