They talked about the importance of poetry in the development of children.
In the video, filmed to mark World Poetry Day and published by BookTrust, a patronage very close to Her Majesty's heart, Camilla hosted Mr Coelho at the library of Clarence House, her official residence in London.
Asked if she enjoyed reading the poems and what she thought of reading them aloud, Camilla said: "Oh, I think it's great. You know, 100 years ago when I was at school, we had to learn them by heart. And then you think, "Oh my God, I could never learn them now.
And I like to read poems, but if you read them aloud, they find another dimension," said the queen, writes express.
"I like the rhythm that goes with poetry, I like to feel that you are captivated by the poem, that you are almost in it," said Camilla, who is known to be very fond of books in general and organized her own book club during the coronavirus pandemic and over the years supported several projects dedicated to reading for both adults and children.
For this, The Queen Consort and Children's Laureate Joseph Coelho can be a conversation to young people on the illumination of poetry.
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) March 21, 2023
The queen consort came to the meeting in a beautiful dress-coat of rich blue color.
This is one of her favorite shades in her wardrobe.
The look was perfectly accented with a gold necklace around her neck and several bracelets, including her favorite from Van Cleef & Arpels.
And also a perfect hairstyle.
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