Prince Charles' wife took charge of the terrier, named Beth, on Monday (22Aug11), according to Clarence House.
A spokesperson for Battersea says, "Beth is a charming, confident little puppy and we know she will be very happy in her new home."
Britain's Daily Mail newspaper reports Camilla had to pay a fee and undergo a vetting procedure before she could take her new pet home to join her other Jack Russells, Tosca and Rosie.
Police have found evidence that the heir to the throne and his partner may have had their voicemail accessed by a private investigator employed by the British tabloid, which shut down on Sunday (10Jul11) amid the scandal.
Britain's The Guardian newspaper reports that the couple's personal phone details were discovered in the PI's files, which were seized by police in 2006.
A source at Buckingham Palace tells The Guardian, "The question that has to be answered is: if somebody had access to this evidence back then, why didn't they do something about it?"
The newspaper was closed by owner Rupert Murdoch after it emerged the illegal interception of cell phone voicemail messages was more widespread than initially thought.
The Monty Python star has teamed up with his daughter Camilla to rework the 1988 jewel heist film, which starred Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis and Kevin Kline.
And the Brit insists he's thoroughly enjoying working with Camilla on the project.
He says, "They asked me if we could try and write a musical of A Fish Called Wanda... We changed the last 20 minutes completely. It's been great fun changing it. I love writing with Camilla. Camilla has great, unusual ideas, off-the-wall ideas and I'm a good little technician, I can do the carpentry.
"We've handed the book in - that's everything except the music - and what we're trying to figure out now is a deal with MGM, 'cause they own the rights, they made the original movie. The other thing is to get a director to help us integrate the music into it because I'm hilariously unmusical. I'm so unmusical that when I was in a Broadway musical, they refused to let me sing. I had to mime onstage!"
The 13 year old accepted the prize for her role in Sofia Coppola's drama Somewhere at a star-studded ceremony in Los Angeles on Friday (20May11).
Garrett Hedlund picked up the Actor of the Year award for Tron: Legacy, while The Social Network star Armie Hammer and actress Isabel Lucas were named the Male and Female Stars of Tomorrow.
Hailee Steinfeld's debut in the Coen Brothers' 2010 western True Grit earned her the Breakthrough of the Year trophy and fashionable Camilla Belle was handed the Young Hollywood Style Icon honour.
Ellen Pompeo presented her Grey's Anatomy co-star Jesse Williams with the TV Actor of the Year award, while Friday Night Lights' Aimee Teegarden won TV Actress of the Year.
Pop punk Avril Lavigne took home the award for Artist of the Year, while Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz provided entertainment for the night by performing with his new band Black Cards.
British actress Camilla Luddington has landed a top job following her portrayal of Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge in TV movie William & Kate - she is set for a recurring role in David Duchovny's show Californication. Luddington is slated to play a nanny for eight episodes in the upcoming fifth season.
"We heard that Will and Kate did see the film... and they loved it. They had a laugh, probably got some popcorn in and sat down." Actress Camilla Luddington on her best review for portraying Kate Middleton in TV movie William & Kate.
Fans have been camping out along the procession route for days in a bid to glimpse the couple, who will exchange vows in a 90-minute service at Westminster Abbey, due to kick off at 11am local time. The most-dedicated royal watchers began camping out on Tuesday (26Apr11) to stake out the best viewing spots.
Authorities sealed off a number of roads along the route the newlyweds will take from the Abbey to Buckingham Palace in an open-top carriage following the ceremony, which will be attended by royalty, politicians and stars including Sir Elton John and David and Victoria Beckham.
Around 5,000 police officers have been drafted in to combat disruption and patrol the streets, with marksmen positioned on rooftops and undercover officers mingling among the crowds.
A huge media presence has also gathered for the event, which will be broadcast live in the U.S., the rest of Europe and all of the Commonwealth, while the royal wedding made the front page of every U.K. newspaper.
Light rain has been predicted to put a dampener on street parties hosted across Britain, which started as early as 6am for excited revellers.
On the eve of the big day, Prince William surprised crowds gathered outside Clarence House with an impromptu meet-and-greet before enjoying dinner with his brother and best man, Prince Harry, his father Charles, Prince of Wales, and stepmother Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
It has been announced that the groom will don the famous red tunic of the Irish Guards - but all eyes will be on the bride's dress, which has been kept a closely guarded secret since the couple's engagement was announced last year (10).
The second-in-line to the British throne and his longterm sweetheart became husband and wife in a traditional ceremony at London's Westminster Abbey.
The couple, who began dating in 2003 after they met while studying at university, married in front of a hushed congregation of 1,900 guests, including Britain's royal family, 50 foreign heads of state from across the world, and an array of close friends and showbiz pals.
Outside the abbey, an estimated one million royal-watchers gathered on the streets of London to join in the celebrations. Two billion people are thought to have watched the event live on television around the world.
The groom, wearing the famous red tunic of the Irish Guards and a garter sash of the Royal Air Force, and his best man, brother Prince Harry - in his Blues & Royals army officer's uniform - arrived at the venue in a two-car convoy at 10.18am local time, some 25 minutes ahead of their father, Charles, Prince of Wales and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and 30 minutes before Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
The bride arrived at the venue by chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce Phantom VI, with her father Michael, at 11am.
Wearing a dress by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, and the late Queen Mother's halo tiara, she walked up the aisle to the coronation anthem, "I was glad", trailed by her Maid of Honour - sister Philippa Middleton - bridesmaids Lady Louise Windsor, seven, The Honourable Margarita Armstrong-Jones, eight, and three year olds Eliza Lopes and Grace van Cutsem, along with page boys William Lowther-Pinkerton, 10, and Tom Pettifer, eight.
The royal couple chose the Series One (1966) Book of Common Prayer ceremony, and the occasion was soundtracked by classical compositions by Elgar, Britten and Vaughan Williams, as well as the hymns Jerusalem and Guide me, O Thou Great Redeemer, and the English melody Greensleeves.
During the service, conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, the couple said "I will", vowing to "love, comfort, honour and keep" each other, as the official witnesses - Prince William's father and stepmother, Prince Harry, the bride's parents Carole and Michael Middleton, her sister Philippa and brother James - looked on.
James Middleton then gave The Lesson, reading Romans 12: 1-2, 9-18 before an address by the Bishop of London, the Right Reverend Dr Richard John Carew Chartres, a recital of the Lord's Prayer, and the blessing of the marriage by the Dean of Westminster. The 50-minute ceremony was concluded with a rendition of the National Anthem and the signing of the marriage register.
As the newlyweds - now officially the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - left the abbey hand-in-hand to be greeted by thousands of cheering, flag-waving fans, two groups of 12 military personnel lined their route as they headed to the horse-drawn 1902 State Landau carriage.
The open-top carriage - escorted by the Household Cavalry and followed by the Queen's procession with a sovereign's escort - will then make its way along Parliament Square and Whitehall, through Horse Guards Arch into Horse Guards Parade and then along The Mall to Buckingham Palace.
Tens of thousands of onlookers lined the entire route, cheering, applauding, waving flags, and shouting their best wishes to the beaming couple, who responded by smiling and waving at the assembled crowds.
On arrival at the palace, the band of the Welsh Guards will play the British National Anthem before the royal couple is expected to appear with Queen Elizabeth II on the palace balcony to greet their adoring public. A fly-past by the Royal Air Force and Battle of Britain Memorial Flight will take place before the Queen hosts a private lunchtime reception for selected guests.
On Friday evening, the groom's father Charles will host a private dinner at Buckingham Palace before the newlyweds relax with 650 family and friends.
McConaughey told the Oscar winner he is forever in debt to him because his Toy Story movies are beloved in his home - and his son Levi is a huge fan of cartoon cowboy Woody in the franchise.
McConaughey explains, "His main thing is Toy Story. Toy Story 1, Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3 - 'Papa, I want to watch Woody, where's Woody?' And that's his thing. I mean daily. We have to kind of govern him on it a little bit because it's all the time.
"And so I run into Tom Hanks (on) Oscar evening and I slip him a 100 (dollar bill). And he says 'What's that for?' And I says, 'Trust me, I owe you a lot more than that for the amount of time you've been babysitting my son Levi.'"
McConaughey and his longtime girlfriend Camilla Alves have two children Levi, two, and Vida, one.
PRINCE CHARLES' wife, CAMILLA, DUCHESS OF CORNWALL is to make a guest appearance in long running British radio soap opera THE ARCHERS. Queen Elizabeth II's sister, Princess Margaret, previously enjoyed a cameo role on the show in 1984.