Camilla says 'silence is corrosive' as she encourage abuse victims to speak out

The Duchess of Cornwall will encourage domestic abuse victims to speak out, telling them silence is corrosive, as she speaks at a Women of the World online conference. Camilla, 72, has been working with domestic abuse charities for several years and earlier this year said the issue was everybody's problem. The duchess will take part in an online festival, with her segment pre-recorded. She will also be confirmed as the new patron for SafeLives, a charity she has worked with for four years.