The Duchess of Cornwall's surprising sweet act of kindness revealed - EpicNews

January 16, 2020 – 18:40 GMT Jenni McKnight

The Duchess of Cornwall has been praised for her act of kindness in the direction of these affected by the devastating bushfires in Australia. In accordance with Australian non-profit organisation GIVIT, who launched a charitable attraction to assist these in want, Camilla has donated to their trigger. Alongside an image of the Duchess, the organisation praised the royal on Twitter, writing: “Thanks to The Duchess of Cornwall for embracing GIVIT’s approach of giving to assist bushfire-affected Australians. We’re humbled & excited to share @ClarenceHouse has generously donated to our #AustralianFires Attraction. Thanks additionally to all who’ve already donated to our numerous appeals – Each #donation helps an individual in want,” they added.

Camilla has donated to the Australian bushfire appeals 

Camilla’s donation comes after her husband, The Prince of Wales, stated that he and the Duchess have been “in despair” over the bushfire disaster. In a heartfelt video message on Clarence Home’s social media account final week, Prince Charles, 71, stated he and Camilla, 72, have been pondering of all these affected by the wildfires that proceed to ravage the south-east space of the nation.

He stated: “I concern it is a hopelessly insufficient approach of attempting to get a message to all of you that each my spouse and myself are pondering of you so very a lot at such a troublesome time and in such not possible and terrifying circumstances. I did need to say that each of us have been in despair over the past a number of weeks watching this appalling horror unfolding in Australia.”

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Charles continued: “Witnessing a lot of what you are having to undergo from this distance, these of you who’ve tragically misplaced your properties, your homes, every little thing. To me it’s, and to each of us, to not be believed attainable and I understand how many homes have been misplaced.” The blazes, fuelled by drought and the nation’s hottest and driest 12 months on document, have been raging since September, which is months sooner than Australia’s typical annual wildfire season.

Charles additionally praised the work of “all these exceptional, brave, decided firefighters who’ve performed a lot and labored ceaselessly to exhaustion”. He added: “We really feel so deeply for the households of those that have been misplaced and have misplaced their lives in the middle of finishing up their exceptional duties as solely they will do.”

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He concluded: “I do know, we each know, simply how extremely particular and resilient the Australian persons are. So I do know on the finish of the day regardless of all this horror, you’ll find a solution to face all of it and win by. All I can say is that we’re pondering of you, we’re praying for you in essentially the most decided approach. I am very proud to know you all.”

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