Queen Camilla stars in Tomorrow’s For The Love of Dogs with Paul O’Grady
The Queen Consort will join Paul O’Grady for a special episode of ITV’s For the Love of Dogs to celebrate the 160th anniversary of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home.
Camilla has teamed up with the animal-loving host for the show’s special, which airs tomorrow night at 9pm, in which she helps him find a low-confidence Westie puppy named George.
Paul, who is an ambassador for Battersea Rescue Center in London, says he’s “never been this busy”.
Camilla, who owns two adorable rescue dogs of her own, Jack Russell Terriers Beth and Bluebell, is also a patron of the charity and has been praised by O’Grady for her warm demeanor.
Her Majesty (right), which airs tomorrow night at 9pm in the UK, has teamed up with the animal-loving presenter
Paul revealed to MyWeekly magazine that the show was filmed in the summer during the heatwave, Yahoo reported.
“So we all got dressed up in suits and were piping hot looking for places to hang out in the shade! We took some of the Battersea dogs to the garden party and I won’t give too much away but one of the guests ended up taking one of the dogs with them which is what we were hoping for!’
He also gave a glimpse of tomorrow’s episode, saying: “With Camilla we have been taking care of a lovely Westie named George. He had been attacked by another dog. which had completely destroyed his confidence.
Ahead of the show, Mr O’Grady told the Daily Mail: “What is worrying is that a lot of dogs here are classified as difficult at home. Dogs with disabilities, blind dogs, whatever.” ]
Paul (left) is an ambassador for Battersea Rescue Center and says he has ‘never been this busy’.
He also praised the Queen Consort’s warmth when discussing the show.
“Camilla is a really fun woman – she’s great for a laugh and doesn’t feel like you’re in a ceremony,” says TV personality Paul O’Grady.
“I also always get a big hug and kiss from her, which always shocks everyone.”
He said of Camilla when announcing she would be appearing on the show earlier this year: “The Duchess’s dog ran straight at her, ignoring the temptation that came her way, while Sausage headed straight for the press and photographers.” who weren’t the least bit interested in the competition.
“She was obviously more interested in raising her profile and posing for the dads. Have a great day and the episode will be out later this year.”
Camilla (right), who is also a patron, has helped the English channel improve the life chances of dogs that have been difficult to find back home
Mr O’Grady (left) said it was worrying that there were many dogs with disabilities and blind dogs who found it difficult to stay at home
A well-known dog lover, the Queen Consort has two adorable rescue dogs who are set to make Buckingham Palace their new home.
Camilla, 75, was due to bring her beloved Jack Russells Beth and Bluebell, who she adopted from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, to the palace in London when she moved in, according to the Daily Express.
Buckingham Palace is no stranger to Fury friends as Queen Elizabeth owned over 30 corgis and dorgis during her reign.
The Queen Consort (right) is a well-known dog lover and has two adorable rescue dogs who are set to make Buckingham Palace their new home
For The Love of Dogs is a multi-award-winning televised documentary series
Muick and Sandy, who are now adopted by the Queen’s third son and Mrs Ferguson, were gifted to the late Queen following the death of Prince Philip.
In an ITV documentary titled Camilla’s Country Life, which gives an intimate look into Camilla’s private life, the Duchess spoke about her rescue dogs Beth, 11, and Bluebell, 10.
King Charles, 73, also appears to be smitten with the pooches as they starred in the couple’s 15th wedding anniversary portrait in 2020.
The Queen Consort previously spoke about the dogs: “The beauty of dogs is that you can sit them down, you could have a nice long talk, you could be angry, you could be sad and they just sit there and look at you and wag their tails.’
For The Love of Dogs is a multi-award-winning televised documentary series.
During the program, Mr. O’Grady meets staff at the home and follows each dog’s progress.
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