Camilla Returns to Royal Duties, Hosts Charity Initiative at Buckingham Palace 

After the Easter break, Queen Camilla returned to work by holding an event at Buckingham Palace. 

On Tuesday, April 16, Camilla, 76, resumed her royal duties with SafeLives' Changemakers Pioneers Discussion.  

The charity's young life program coordinator Sally Steadman-South, chief executive Ellen Miller, coordinator of young people's true voice Kristie Waller, chair of trustees Isabel Boyer, and four of the organization's young changemakers posed for pictures inside the palace with the queen. 

A UK-based nonprofit called SafeLives is committed to putting an end to domestic abuse.  

Camilla is a supporter of the group that specializes in identifying young people who have been victimized. 

The 14 to 20-year-old SafeLives Changemakers provide direction for the organization's approach to addressing problems that young people encounter.  

Camilla led a roundtable discussion with the Changemakers in addition to taking pictures with participants in the charitable endeavor.  

She has supported victims and survivors by working with the charity and other groups that address the reaction to domestic abuse.  

The April 12, 2024 Edition of Your Daily FinanceScope 

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