King Charles III and Queen Camilla recently visited Northern Ireland and they had the opportunity of spending time with the local community after participating in their second coronation. In addition, the royal couple had a nice moment with two children who look just like them.
Although the monarchs had different commitments on their second day in the country, they reunited outside St. Patrick’s cathedral to spend time with the Irish people and several students. During the event, Camilla was pleasantly surprised after meeting two children who looked exactly like her and her husband.
As if that was not enough and to everyone’s surprise, the children’s names are Camilla Nowakowska and Charles Murray. It looks like they were also prepared for the occasion and were wearing crowns to meet the king and queen of the United Kingdom. After meeting them, Camilla shared a few words about their encounter with the Daily Mail:
“Goodness me, isn’t that funny, we’ve got the same names. You’ve got very smart crowns on. They’re a little bit lighter than the one I had on. They look pretty cool with all the jewels.”
The 75-year-old queen has continued with her charity work and this appearance was one of her many efforts to promote alphabetization. She gathered students at Armagh Robinson’s library to create comfortable spaces so they could talk and be themselves, and this is where she had the opportunity of meeting the peculiar pair.