“I didn’t ask. I don’t even ask because I hate injections so much that I shut my eyes…. whatever comes out,” she told Dr John McGrath, a GP who was administering the jab at Finsbury Park Mosque.
“That’s really interesting,” Dr McGrath responded.
“And actually I was fully expecting lots of people to be asking me about this today but what’s really pleasing is that most people have your attitude and mine. I think you take what you’re given. We are in a national effort here.”
The doctor told the duchess: “We want to get this vaccine into the arms of everyone. No matter of race, colour or creed.”
He continued: “And the way we do that is yes, you do it through your GP surgeries, your pharmacies, hospitals….but also through doing it in local communities.”
Clarence House revealed in February that Camilla and her husband, Prince Charles, 73, had been given their first doses of the vaccine.
The couple were within the fourth priority group for the jab due to their age.
More than 24 million people in Britain have so far received their first dose, with over 11 million having received the AstraZeneca shot.