A series of Tweets posted by a Daily Mail UK journalist, Rebecca English, documented Camilla’s ordeal and commented on her bravery.
“When she (Camilla) spied a staff member standing next to her with a needle she visibly jumped, but she was reassured it wasn’t going anywhere hear her today,” reported Rebecca.
It was also reported that Camilla called the medical team “stars” for their thankless work vaccinating 500-600 people in a day’s work.
A couple of fans commented on the Tweet to offer Camilla support in the wake of her run in with scary needles.
One fan wrote commented, “Good for her! I have the same phobia," meanwhile another added: “I love how this video humanises her and helps others with the phobia.”
In another video posted by the publication, Camilla said to two volunteers how impressed she was by their work and thanked them for holding the country together.
“I have been around quite a few vaccination centres and I never cease to be impressed by the work everyone is doing," Camilla said.
“The vaccinators and volunteers are the backbone of this country, we would crumble without them.”
Camilla and her husband Prince Charles received their COVID vaccine in February of this year, months after Charles overcame the virus in 2020.