Prince Charles' wife has revealed how proud she is to be married to the royal.
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, wed the Prince of Wales in April 2005 and opened up about their relationship during an interview on 'When Ant and Dec Met the Prince: 40 Years of the Prince's Trust'.
After going to see the work of the Prince's Trust in action, Camilla said: "I left with a huge lump in my throat.
"I'm really proud to be married to somebody who aged 27 had the vision to put it together. It was an incredible idea then, and he was very young then to think of it, to think of these very disadvantaged young people who'd literally been through hell and back. And to find a way to give them a second chance in life."
Charles founded the trust back in 1976, and has gone on to help hundreds of thousands of people through the organisation.
Referring to Charles' motivation in life, Camilla added: "He just has that energy. If we are passionate about something, you can do it. He care so much bout these young people.
"He does have incredible energy ... He loves it, you can't do something unless you love it."