Three assistant private secretaries have been appointed to work for the Duchess of Cornwall, according to Clarence House.
The trio will work for Charles, as well as the duchess
The trio - Joy Camm, Amanda MacManus and Katy Golding - will arrange her diary and engagements.
Mrs Camm and Mrs MacManus have worked for the duchess before and Miss Golding has been a research assistant to Prince Charles's deputy private secretary.
They will also serve the prince, but will work mainly for the duchess.
Mrs Camm and Mrs MacManus, who are both 49 and will be employed on a part-time basis, previously worked for Camilla as personal secretaries.
And 28-year-old Miss Golding has assisted Charles' deputy private secretary for three years.
Mrs Camm, who has two children, was a sister at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London and has worked for the Duchess for five years.
And Mrs MacManus, who is also a mother-of-two, has been employed by her for eight years.
Derby-born Miss Golding studied at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London.