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Queen Camilla is happy with her Barbie doll

Queen Camilla is happy with her Barbie doll

Excited and delighted, Queen Camilla, 76, received her very own Barbie doll at a reception at Buckingham Palace. The king's wife held a reception on Tuesday night to mark International Women's Day.

The doll was presented to Queen Camilla by actress Helen Mirren on behalf of the Women of the World Foundation (amazing). Camilla Barbie dresses exactly like the Queen of Old Albion, has the same hairstyle and wears the same jewelry as the Queen.

The Queen appeared at the reception wearing a black gown by Amanda Wakeley, a blue Fiona Clare midi dress, and black Elliott Zed shoes. “Excellent. You've taken about 50 years of my life. We all wish we had a Barbie.” The Queen joked with those present and expressed her gratitude for the beautiful gift. Krista Berger, vice president of Mattel, traveled from Los Angeles to London specifically to present the new “Barbie Camilla” to the Queen.

Sarah Allen, Public Relations Director at Mattel Britain, said: “We spoke to her office first to make sure she would be happy to receive her (Barbie) “We worked with her team on what she wanted the doll to wear.”

Helen Mirren, who played Queen Elizabeth in the 2006 film “The Queen,” spoke about the new queen and said: “I've always been a fan of Camila during her rise and have been supporting her in my own small and insignificant way “But it was great to see her in her new role as Queen and see the responsibilities she has on her shoulders, which must come as a surprise to her.”

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The Queen showed two stones thrown at the palace by suffragettes… in 1914

The two stones that Queen Camilla showed off to her guests were also a surprise. These are two stones thrown by suffragettes at the gates of Buckingham Palace in 1914, during a protest for women's rights. As Camilla narrated, the stones smashed two windows in the palace, but the royal family decided to keep them as a keepsake for future generations..

“These two stones in 1914 represented hope for the two women who threw them. The Queen said in her speech: “I hope that in the future they will not be victims of their history, nor of the social and economic forces that have acted against gender equality.” Among the guests, the Queen invited 100 schoolgirls from British schools.

After King Charles was diagnosed with cancer Camilla represents him in most royal duties, as the King's public appearance while undergoing treatment is limited to once a week. on monday The Queen and Prince William led the royal family at a Commonwealth Day ceremony. In Westminster Abbey.

With information from The Guardian