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The Duchess of Cornwall decorates Christmas Trees

The Duchess of Cornwall received help decorating the Christmas Tree from children. Photo: Twitter/Clarence House

The Duchess of Cornwall was getting into the Christmas spirit during her latest engagement. Camilla invited children supported by Helen & Douglas House and the Roald Dahl Fund to Clarence House to participate in Christmas activities. The Children decorated a Christmas Tree, enjoyed a Christmas feast and got to meet Reindeer in the Clarence House Garden during their visit.

Captain Ross of the Welsh Guards was on hand to help the children decorate the tree, showing off am impressive sword technique. The Duchess of Cornwall helped serve lunch to the children, many of who are living with life limiting conditions which can make celebrating the holidays difficult.

The Children were able to meet Reindeer during their visit to Clarence House. Photo: Twitter/Clarence House

After lunch, they were treated to a visit from Dancer and Blitzen in the garden at Clarence House. During the visit the Duchess spoke about how it can be difficult to have a child with a life limiting condition, especially around the holidays. She shared her joy in all of the children being able to come and join the festivities saying "it was a real treat".

The Helen & Douglas house care for terminally ill children through medical, emotional and practical support. The charity serves Oxfordshire and surrounding counties and is completely reliant on voluntary donations. If you would like to support the Helen & Douglas house, please click here. The Roald Dahl Fund supports over 70 specialized nurses around the country who offer expert support to children with chronic and underfunded medical conditions. If you would like to offer Support to the Roald Dahl fund, please click here.

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