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Camilla praised as 'total class' for styling it out after she slipped over during royal appearance

Camilla praised as 'total class' for styling it out after she slipped over during royal appearance

The Queen Consort has a host of new fans after slipping over with a broken toe.

Camilla, Queen Consort, has received the utmost praise after styling out a minor slip at a church in Cardiff. Watch the video below:

Camilla and her husband King Charles III attended a Thanksgiving service at Llandaff Cathedral in Wales as part of the Queen's remembrance service ahead of her funeral on Monday.

It marked Charles’ first visit to Wales as monarch following trips to Belfast and Edinburgh.

As the couple walked through the congregation, Camilla appeared to suffer a minor slip which may have gone unnoticed by viewers at home thanks to her quick thinking.

King Charles III and the Queen Consort leave Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff.
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ITV correspondent Chris Ship shared the moment on Twitter and praised the Queen Consort’s ‘total class’ for her recovery.

He tweeted: “Total class the way the Queen Consort manages this minor slip on her way out of @LlandaffCath. Given Camilla is managing to do this whole week while nursing a broken toe - she handled it with her usual humour…”

The 75-year-old has been carrying out royal duties despite nursing a broken toe prior to the Queen’s death.

One amazed royal fan shared: “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.”

King Charles III at his mother's procession.
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Another Twitter user theorised: “Think her [heel] of her shoe got stuck in a gap of the stone, lucky she never fell.”

One person quipped: “God save the toe!”

A fourth user praised the Queen Consort for her resilience: “I can’t believe she’s done all this with a broken toe. She’s fab”

While someone else suggested: “Looks like both the King and Queen Consort were both amused by it.”

The King and Queen Consort were greeted at Llandaff Cathedral by the Lord Lieutenant of South Glamorgan.

The service led by the dean ushered in a moment of reflection for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Archbishop gave an address.

Once the service is finished, the couple will take part in a short walkabout on Llandaff Green to meet local school children and members of the local community.

On Monday, 19 September, the King will say his final goodbyes to his mother as she is laid to rest. The Queen's funeral will take place at Westminster Abbey at 11.00am and Her Majesty will be laid to rest in the King George VI Memorial Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Prince Philip will be moved from the Royal Vault so he can be laid to rest with his wife.

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Topics: News, Royal Family