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  • The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall on their wedding day
  • The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall this year attending a Diamond Jubilee street party
  • An official family photograph on Their Royal Highness's wedding day
  • The Prince of Wales and his family

On 9th April 2005 The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall married at the Guildhall in Windsor in a civil ceremony. Afterwards, there was a Service of Prayer and Dedication at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, presided over by the Archbishop of Canterbury, followed by a wedding reception at Windsor Castle given by Her Majesty The Queen.

Her Royal Highness was previously married to Brigadier Andrew Parker Bowles and the marriage was dissolved in 1995. The couple had two children, Thomas Henry and Laura Rose, born in 1974 and 1978 respectively. The Prince of Wales is godfather to Tom Parker Bowles.

In September 2005, Tom Parker Bowles married Sara Buys at St Nicholas Church, Rotherfield Greys near Henley, Oxfordshire.

In May 2006, her daughter Laura Parker Bowles married Harry Lopes at St Cyriac's Church in Lacock, Wiltshire.

Her Royal Highness has five grandchildren.

It is intended that The Duchess of Cornwall will use the title HRH The Princess Consort when The Prince of Wales accedes to the Throne.

On 9th April 2015, the below photograph was released to mark the 10th wedding anniversary of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. Originally released in relation to an interview that The Prince of Wales gave to CNN prior to TRH's tour of America in March 2015,  the photograph was taken in TRH's garden at Birkhall, Ballater, Scotland in January 2015 by Oliver Dann.

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