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Duchess Camilla's health secret is game-changing - see photo

Prince Charles' wife, the Duchess of Cornwall uses one particular tool

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Bridie Wilkins
Senior Health & Fitness Writer
Updated: March 21, 2022
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The Duchess of Cornwall, has previously revealed she uses one particular tool to take extra care of her health: a FitBit watch. Duchess Camilla was first seen wearing the fitness tracker during an appearance in Wiltshire in 2020, and it's clearly living up to her expectations, as she's been wearing it ever since - she was most recently seen with it on when she and fellow members of the Royal Family attended The Commonwealth Day Service At Westminster Abbey on 14 March 2022. 

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Proving a FitBit really does go with anything, Camilla paired her dark grey and rose gold fitness tracker with a pretty royal purple hat and jacket and black leather gloves.

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Camilla accessorised her purple ensemble with her trusty FitBit

Back in 2020 the future Queen consort teamed her fitness tracker with an electric blue summer dress, which featured a pleated skirt, three quarter length sleeves and a smart neckline, along with her go-to pearl earrings and her trusty tan court shoes.

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The Duchess of Cornwall was first seen wearing her FitBit in 2020

Another time, Duchess Camilla was seen wearing her FitBit watch with a printed blue dress, delicate gold bracelets and necklaces, and more pearl earrings.

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Duchess of Camilla was pictured wearing her FitBit again in 2021

So what does it do? While it's not known which fitness tracker Camilla uses, the Duchess appears to be wearing the rose gold and grey Fitbit Charge 3, which is swimproof and water-resistant and automatically recognises exercises such as runs, swims, elliptical, sports and more. It also tracks and counts steps on walks, which Duchess Camilla has previously said she's a big fan of.

Fitbit Charge 3, £195.01, Amazon


No doubt Camilla will be using her exercise tracker for her ballet sessions at home, which she does for 20 minutes every morning. Previously, Prince Charles' wife opened up about her love of ballet when speaking on the Emma Barnett Show on BBC Radio 5 Live.

The Duchess herself revealed she used ballet to stay fit during lockdown, telling listeners about how she was inspired by seeing the "completely brilliant" Silver Swans class for elderly ballet dancers during a visit to the Royal Academy of Dance in 2018 with the initiative's ambassador Angela Rippon.

Camilla has been wearing her FitBit regularly

"I gathered together a group of likely candidates in the form of friends, same age as me, and I said 'look, you know, we're going to be Silver Swans.' They all howled with laughter and said 'you must be joking,'" Camilla recalled.

"So I said 'come on let's give it a go', so we all arrived in our black leggings and T-shirts ready for the dance. We did think we'd be getting in complete hysterics but we all had to concentrate, we concentrated so hard you don't dare look to the left or right." Camilla quipped: "I did hear the odd crash to my left and right."

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