Camilla Parker Bowles becomes the Duchess of Cornwall as she marries Prince Charles at a ceremony in Windsor.
On 9 April 2005, Prince Charles married Camilla Parker Bowles in a twenty minute civil ceremony in Windsor's Guildhall. Prince William and Camilla's son, Tom, were the witnesses at the ceremony which was attended by only 28 close family members. An estimated 20,000 people turned out to see the couple. The civil ceremony was followed by a blessing by the Archbishop of Canterbury at Saint George's Castle in Windsor Castle, in front of over 700 guests including the Queen and Prince Philip.
Camilla is now Duchess of Cornwall and is the most senior female member of the royal family after Queen Elizabeth.
An RTÉ News report broadcast on 9 April 2005. The reporter is Brian O'Connell.