Camilla Parker Bowles has welcomed sick and terminally-ill children into Clarence House where she decorated a Christmas tree with them.
The Duchess of Cornwall was all smiles as she greeted children, their parents and nurses from the Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity.
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The royal was lady in red as she gave children and young teenagers a look at the real reindeers roaming the home she shares with Prince Charles.
The group was then treated to a delicious lunch.
The Duchess is a Patron of Helen & Douglas House and Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity.
Camilla has been opening her home to sick children for the past 10 years.
Last year, the 72-year-old revealed she loves the event as it gets her in the festive mood.
She said: "I haven’t thought about it before today, but I come in and see the tree and the children and everything and it just gets me in a Christmas mood."