Camilla Parker Bowles
Camilla Parker Bowles as she visits Hermitage Plantation House during her visit to Saint Kitts and Nevis on March 21, 2019. Getty Images/Arthur Edwards

Camilla Parker Bowles made secret engagements with a particular charity for a very special reason.

The Duchess of Cornwall is reportedly effective behind the spotlight as she has been making secret engagements without any media coverage. According to Lynn Faulds Wood, a British television personality and journalist who is also an ambassador of the Royal Osteoporosis Society, Prince Charles’ second wife has been visiting their charity.

Camilla reportedly makes “secret visits” to meet the health professionals, the scientists and the academics behind the scenes. She also exerted effort to brief herself.

According to Hello!, the duchess spoke at an event for the charity earlier this year and shared a heartwarming personal experience why she is very supportive of the charity. It turned out that Camilla’s mother died due to the said condition.

“It was 25 years ago that my mother died as a result of osteoporosis. In fact, she was exactly the same age as I am now. Then, it was never discussed, rarely diagnosed, and always attributed to old people,” Camilla said.

“My family and I were completely devastated, but also, we didn't understand how somebody could be in so much pain, and we were unable, and the doctors seemed unable to do anything about it.”

Camilla’s mother died from the fragile bone disease in 1994. The Duchess of Cornwall has been supporting the organization for two decades already.

In related news, Camilla was once dubbed as Prince Charles’ “other woman.” However, many believed that she is key to the next king’s reign and will be queen when the Prince of Wales takes over the throne from Queen Elizabeth II.

According to Joe Little, managing editor of Majesty Magazine, the heir would not be the man he is today without Camilla. When the time comes that Prince Charles will be king, he will surely want his wife to be there with him. Little continued saying that Camilla “will most definitely be Queen Consort” and “there’s absolutely no question about that.”

Queen Elizabeth II also recognized Camilla’s contribution to Prince Charles’ life. During the Prince of Wales’ 70th birthday, Her Majesty proposed a toast for the heir and mentioned how Camilla sustained the future king to be his own man who is “passionate and creative.”