The queen consort occupies the cover of the special Christmas issue of the magazine Good House Keeping in its British edition, as shared by the official Twitter of the Royal House. Also featured in the post is the Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton.

With a red coat dress, Camilla Parker-Bowles poses for the Christmas issue of the magazine Good House Keeping. Matching the red of her lips and with powerful lighting, the consort has chosen the most Christmassy color, which also symbolizes courage, strength, energy, action and passion. This is the first posed of her as her consort who occupies the cover of a publication, after the death of Isabel II in September.

With this collaboration, the woman of Charles III transmits his commitment to the causes he defends, related to the field of health, equality and his effort to make minorities visible and also against gender violence. “The Queen Consort: Thinking of Others This Holiday Season,” reads the headline of the magazine, which marks her 100th anniversary this year, just as Queen Elizabeth celebrated her Platinum Jubilee. In addition to Kate, the Countess of Wessex and the Duchess of Gloucester have also participated.