Queen Consort Camilla seen stumbling after 'suffering from broken toe'

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By Carina Murphy

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Queen Consort Camilla appears to be struggling with Royal engagements after reportedly suffering a broken toe.

King Charles III's wife was seen stumbling as she left Llandaff Cathedral yesterday (Friday, September 16) alongside her husband.

According to a report by The Daily Telegraph, Camilla broke her toes before the Queen passed away last week.

According to a source close to the Royal Family, she is reportedly in "quite a lot of pain" but has been "getting on" with supporting her husband in his duties as the UK mourns their monarch and transitions to the next.

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King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla attend a Service of Reflection at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Credit: REUTERS / Alamy

"It is unfortunate timing to say the least but she’s been an absolute trouper," the source told the outlet.

After noticing the Queen Consort's minor slip in a clip of the service, many people took to Twitter to praise Camilla for not letting her injury get in the way of her duties.

"Total class the way the Queen Consort manages this minor slip on her way out of @LlandaffCath," wrote ITV's Royal News Editor Chris Ship. "Given Camilla is managing to do this whole week while nursing a broken toe - she handled it with her usual humour," he added.

"She has a broken toe? And she has been on her feet much of the last week? Wow. I’ve not noticed a single grimace. Amazing," added another.

"I’ve grown to respect Camilla because of her devotion to duty, never complaining, no dramas, no impossible demands no matter how difficult and gruelling the schedules are on their positions," a third tweeted.

"Her Majesty Queen Camilla is amazing to carry on duties despite the fact is in agony nursing a broken toe. Wishing Her Majesty speedy recovery," wrote a fourth.

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Back in February, the Queen announced that it was her "sincere wish" that her son's second wife be named Queen Consort when he ascended the throne.

In her Platinum Jubilee message, the Queen wrote: "And when, in the fullness of time, my son Charles becomes King, I know you will give him and his wife, Camilla, the same support that you have given me; and it is my sincere wish that, when that time comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her own loyal service."

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Queen Consort Camilla seen stumbling after 'suffering from broken toe'

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By Carina Murphy

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Queen Consort Camilla appears to be struggling with Royal engagements after reportedly suffering a broken toe.

King Charles III's wife was seen stumbling as she left Llandaff Cathedral yesterday (Friday, September 16) alongside her husband.

According to a report by The Daily Telegraph, Camilla broke her toes before the Queen passed away last week.

According to a source close to the Royal Family, she is reportedly in "quite a lot of pain" but has been "getting on" with supporting her husband in his duties as the UK mourns their monarch and transitions to the next.

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King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla attend a Service of Reflection at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Credit: REUTERS / Alamy

"It is unfortunate timing to say the least but she’s been an absolute trouper," the source told the outlet.

After noticing the Queen Consort's minor slip in a clip of the service, many people took to Twitter to praise Camilla for not letting her injury get in the way of her duties.

"Total class the way the Queen Consort manages this minor slip on her way out of @LlandaffCath," wrote ITV's Royal News Editor Chris Ship. "Given Camilla is managing to do this whole week while nursing a broken toe - she handled it with her usual humour," he added.

"She has a broken toe? And she has been on her feet much of the last week? Wow. I’ve not noticed a single grimace. Amazing," added another.

"I’ve grown to respect Camilla because of her devotion to duty, never complaining, no dramas, no impossible demands no matter how difficult and gruelling the schedules are on their positions," a third tweeted.

"Her Majesty Queen Camilla is amazing to carry on duties despite the fact is in agony nursing a broken toe. Wishing Her Majesty speedy recovery," wrote a fourth.

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Credit: Doug Peters / Alamy

Back in February, the Queen announced that it was her "sincere wish" that her son's second wife be named Queen Consort when he ascended the throne.

In her Platinum Jubilee message, the Queen wrote: "And when, in the fullness of time, my son Charles becomes King, I know you will give him and his wife, Camilla, the same support that you have given me; and it is my sincere wish that, when that time comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her own loyal service."

Featured Image Credit: Newspics UK South / Alamy