12 Times Duchess Camilla Proved She Is Hilarious And Exactly Like UsThis may come as a surprise, but Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall is actually a real hoot and her witty one-liners really are wickedly funny. Despite her serious demeanor, the Duchess of Cornwall is definitely not afraid of making fun at herself and her sarcasm is always totally on point. We’ve selected some of Duchess Camilla’s best quotes to get you belly laughing really hard.
Funny isn’t necessarily one of the first adjectives that come to mind when thinking of the Royal family, although we really think it should be. We think that Prince Harry has definitely got some competition when it comes to being the joker of the pack.
Duchess Camilla’s best quotes
Despite a difficult start in the Royal family, it’s fair to say that Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall has come into her own over the years and has won the hearts of millions of Royal admirers all over the world. Here are 12 reasons to love her even more. Trust us Duchess Camilla’s best quotes will have you giggling.
Is it wine o’clock? Upon meeting Prince William for the first time:
‘I really need a gin and tonic.’
When she explained the British attitude:
'If you are a positive person, you can do so much more. People are either glass half empty or glass half full. You just have to get on with it, being British!'
When she confessed to loving gossip as much as we do:
'Other people's lives are so much more interesting than one's own. It's like going to a dinner where I almost feel like I'm a psychiatrist.'
When she accepted her acting career was over before it started:
'I was the most ridiculous actor as a child and had a complete dread of school plays. Nightmare!'
When she admitted to being a serial mocker:
'You've got to laugh through most things, and sometimes I do laugh a bit too much.’
When she embraced her strength:
'I don't think I'm tough, but I do think I'm quite a strong character.'
Laughter is the best medicine as explained by Camilla:
'And you also have to laugh at yourself because if you can't, you may as well give up.’
When her love for reading was apparent:
'Reading is exciting. Reading is fun. Reading is cool. There is nothing quite like the thrill of opening a book and being drawn into another world to meet new people and to discover their stories - it's like making new friends.'
On her terrifying nickname:
'I was always known as "the Growler" at school.'
On Prince Charles’ rejection of chilling:
‘My husband is not one for chilling.’
When she teased Prince Charles about getting old:
'Luckily he has caught up with me now. We are both pensioners and he can join in with me collecting the bus pass.'
When she described English student’s priorities:
‘English students don't spend much time on their studies. They're more interested in partying and having fun.’