Skip to Content

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall Adopts Second Rescue Puppy

Share with fellow dog lovers!

Living rough just a few weeks ago, from now on a Jack Russell Terrier named Bluebell will be treated like royalty thanks to her new doggedly devoted pet parent, Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall.

Feeling the recent loss of her two beloved canine companions Tosca and Rosie, the wife of Prince Charles was happy to welcome the nine-week-old Jack Russell Terrier into her heart and home.

Just four weeks old when she was rescued from a park, Bluebell was partially bald due to a severe skin problem when she arrived at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. The rescue’s clinic cleared the tiny tail-wagger’s condition, while her emotional wounds healed thanks to the loving attention she received at the renowned rescue organization, which has provided comfort and care to more than 3.1 million canines and cats since its founding in 1860.

Little Bluebell is currently enjoying her first days with her famous family and playing with her new sister Beth, a one-year-old Jack Russell Terrier who was adopted by the Duchess from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in August 2011.

For more information regarding Battersea Dogs and Cats Home:

This post originally appeared on and is the sole property of