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- Camilla, Queen of Consort, is the wife of King Charles III.
- Camilla has two children and five grandchildren.
- King Charles and Camilla were crowned at their coronation in May 2023.
- Camilla’s three grandsons had a special role in the coronation.
Queen Camilla, 75, was crowned in a coronation ceremony with King Charles III on May 6, 2023, and her family, including her five grandchildren, were all in attendance to celebrate. The royal family member is the mother of her son Thomas Parker Bowles, 48, and her daughter Lisa Lopes, 45, both of whom she shares with her ex-husband Andrew Parker Bowles. The former couple was married from 1973 until 1995, and then she went on to marry King Charles in 2005.
Camilla’s grandsons helped her carry her robe during the Coronation. (James Veysey/Shutterstock)
Despite being in the royal spotlight, Camilla’s kids and grandchildren have led a pretty private life over the years, but her three grandsons Freddy Parker Bowles, Gus Lopes, and Louis Lopes, all 13, did have a special part during her coronation. All three were their grandmother’s Pages of Honor during the ceremony, per People. Charles’ grandson Prince George was also a Page of Honor. Camilla’s grandsons helped carry her robe as she made her entrance during the ceremony.
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While much of her family has stayed mostly private, she has been spotted with them during memorable family outings and big events, and that will surely happen again at the upcoming coronation. Some of her grandchildren are reportedly set to be Pages of Honor along with Prince George, King Charles’ son Prince William‘s son, at the highly-anticipated ceremony.
Camilla and her two kids, Tom Parker Bowles and Lisa Lopes. (Richard Young/Shutterstock)
Find out everything you need to know about Camilla’s grandchildren below.
Lola Parker Bowles
Lola, on the left, as a baby with her father Thomas. (Shutterstock)
Lola Parker Bowles is the daughter of Thomas and his wife Sara Parker Bowles. She was born in 2007 and is the only child of the couple. She’s also the oldest grandchild of Camilla. The doting grandmother has been seen spending time with Lola many times over the years, including shortly after her birth. An eyewitness told Daily Mail at the time that she was “beaming” as she held the newborn and looked “really happy.”
Freddy Parker Bowles
Freddy Parker Bowles is Thomas and Sara’s second child, who was born in Feb. 2010. Opposite of his sister Lola, he’s the youngest of Camilla’s grandchildren. Although Freddy has been rarely seen in the spotlight, he was spotted walking beside his dad at Queen Elizabeth II‘s funeral at Westminster Abbey in London, England, last year. He wore a suit and tie.
Eliza with her Uncle Thomas, mother Laura, and cousin Lola at Queen Elizabeth’s funeral. (Mark Stewart/Pool/Shutterstock)
Eliza Lopes is Laura and her husband Harry Lopes‘ oldest child. She was born in 2008 and got attention in 2011, when she served as a bridesmaid in Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s royal wedding. She also attended Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in Sept. 2022 and wore a long black dress as she walked beside her mom, Uncle Thomas, and cousin Lola.
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Louis and Gus Lopes
Laura holds Gus during an outing. (David Hartley/Shutterstock)
Louis Lopes and Gus Lopes are Laura and Harry’s youngest children and fraternal twin boys. They were born in Dec. 2009 and have sometimes been seen during their parent’s outings and royal events. Before their arrival, Camilla opened up about her joy in welcoming twins to the family to the Daily Mail. “I just love them all to bits,” she said. “Obviously I am being called on for more and more babysitting duties but it’s wonderful. Laura was rather thrown when she was told she was having twins but we have never had them in the family before and I for one can’t wait.”
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