Queen Consort Camilla Falls Sick With 'Seasonal Illness', Pulls Out of Valentine's Day Royal Visits

King Charles' second wife has been forced to call off two solo visits scheduled at a Birmingham school on February 14 after she came down with a 'seasonal illness.'

AceShowbiz - Queen Consort Camilla has put on hold two solo Valentine's Day royal visits after contracting a "seasonal illness." The 75-year-old royal was supposed to be at Elmhurst Ballet School in Edgbaston, Birmingham, on Tuesday, February 14 to celebrate its centenary and later at a library in Telford to thank staff and representatives from outreach and voluntary groups for their contribution to the community, but Buckingham Palace said on Monday, February 13 she had fallen sick and had been forced to pull out of the trips.

Describing it as a "seasonal illness," a spokesman for the palace says a new date can hopefully soon be found for the postponed engagements. According to The Sun, doctors have told Camilla to rest at home today and tomorrow and the royal is hopeful to be feeling well enough to undertake an engagement on Wednesday.

Her last public appearance was on February 9 when she visited a centre for victims of domestic violence in Battersea in London, and last year she cancelled a visit to the Cheltenham Festival a week after revealing she had caught Covid for the second time. In 2019, Camilla pulled out of a remembrance service at Westminster Abbey due to a chest infection.

Camilla has been busy in the past week and, last Thursday, February 9, toured the STORM family centre, where she met volunteers and locals to mark its 19th anniversary. On Wednesday, she joined King Charles, 74, on a visit to Brick Lane, east London, where the couple met with prominent members of the London Bangladeshi community and visited charities and businesses after being welcomed by dancers in traditional clothes.

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