Camilla Parker Bowles went on an emotional royal tour on Thursday when she visited the Barnardo’s Wellbeing Hub for young carers in East London.

While there, the Duchess of Cornwall met with children who look after a parent or a close family member while still going to school. Camilla was joined by chief executive Javed Khan, who praised the royal for her involvement in the cause.

“Young carers is one of her special interests, and care leavers, so we were delighted when she said she would be willing to visit this center. Young carers are one of the great untold stories in this country, I think,” he said.

Camilla was also on hand during the opening of the center’s new sensoring wing and had a brief tour of the facilities. She met with a young girl named Connie who caught her attention because she was getting her nails done.

In related news, Camilla made headlines this week after it was revealed that Prince Andrew spread poison about the Duchess of Cornwall. Tom Bower wrote in his book “Rebel Prince: The Power, Passion, and Defiance of Prince Charles,” the author said that Prince Charles grew suspicious that Prince Andrew and Prince Edward were plotting his downfall.

Prince Charles was also convinced that Princess Diana and Sarah Ferguson were a part of his brother’s plans. And after Prince Charles’ divorce from Princess Diana, it took the heir to the throne a very long time before he was seen in public again with Camilla.

A source said that Camilla would never forget how deeply unhelpful Prince Andrew was during that difficult time in her life.

“Camilla has always felt Andrew could have done more. The Queen listens to Andrew and he could have helped his brother at a time when he had few allies within the family,” a source told Daily Mail.

And while there was little sympathy for Prince Charles and Camilla from the public, the mom of two saw this as a case of Prince Andrew playing politics.

Camilla Parker Bowles Camilla Parker Bowles recently met with young carers at a charity. Pictured: Camilla visits London Fashion Week at BFC Show Space on February 19, 2019 in London, England. Photo: Getty Images/Eddie Mulholland-WPA Pool