Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla opt for floral theme for their Christmas card photo

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Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla have released their annual Christmas card photo, which shows them sat on a bench surrounded by beautiful flowers.

The royal couple look ecstatic as they sit among a collection of bright and beautiful blooms in the garden of their home in Birkhall, Scotland.

Their portrait was taken by a member of staff at the home in Autumn.

In the snap Charles, 72, looks dapper in a smart creme suit jacket, blue shirt and white trousers.

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While Camilla, 73, looked glamorous in a classic navy blazer and jeans.

The organic garden is a haven for insects and wildlife, and is said to be something Charles, who is a conservationist, is immensely proud of.

Due to the pandemic, the royal family will not gather at Sandringham House in Norfolk for Christmas like they normally do.

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Charles and Camilla are instead spending their day at Highgrove House, in Gloucestershire.

They also plan to meet with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip at Windsor Castle over the Christmas period.

Charles got Covid in the early weeks of the pandemic in March but quickly recovered in their Scottish abode.

As he recovered, Camilla self-isolated in another part of their Scottish country home.

Camilla praised Charles and his speedy recovery from coronavirus.

She told BBC Radio 5’s The Emma Barnett Show: “He is probably the fittest man of his age I know.”

“He’ll walk and walk and walk. He’s like a mountain goat, he leaves everybody miles behind.”

Last week The Prince and Duchess of Cornwall reunited with the Queen at Windsor Castle at the end of the Prince William and Kate Middleton's UK-wide royal train tour.

The Royal couple also met with Prince Edward, 56, and Sophie Wessex, 55, and the Princess Royal, 70.

The meeting was the first time a large group of senior members of the Royals have come together since the coronavirus pandemic started in March.

At the event, a Salvation Army band played festive songs as the Royals gathered around the Queen, as she sang along.

Charles and Camilla stood nearby with William and Kate, while the Earl and Countess of Wessex and the Princess Royal stood next to Christmas trees lit with lights.

Kate and William travelled on the famous Royal Train for a festive three-day tour of the British Isles which started on Sunday, 6 December.

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