Countess Sophie attends gala performance of The Girls Musical

Countess Sophie of Wessex attended the Royal Gala Performance of 'The Girls' Musical held for the benefit of Bloodwise at the Phoenix Theatre on February 20, 2017 in London, England. Bloodwise is a UK based charity dedicated to funding research into all blood cancers including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma, as well as to offering information and support to blood cancer patients.
Countess Sophie wore Valentino Draped Cowl-neck Wool and Silk Blend Dress, Pomegranate Sofia pear drops in amethyst earrings
Countess Sophie wore Valentino Draped Cowl-neck Wool and Silk Blend Dress, Pomegranate Sofia pear drops in amethyst earrings
Countess Sophie wore Valentino Draped Cowl-neck Wool and Silk Blend Dress, Pomegranate Sofia pear drops in amethyst earrings
Countess Sophie wore Valentino Draped Cowl-neck Wool and Silk Blend Dress, Pomegranate Sofia pear drops in amethyst earrings
Countess Sophie wore VALENTINO Draped Cowl-neck Wool and Silk Blend Dress
VALENTINO Draped Cowl-Neck Wool and Silk Blend Dress

9 comments:

  1. Sophie reminds me of Diana. She has a lovely smile.

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  2. Quite elegant. Was black the required colour?

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    1. Probably they wear black because the event supports that cause? Sophie is very elegant!

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  3. COUNTESS Sophie, not duchess, although she will be a duchess when prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, dies and his title passes to Edward. She's very elegant, as in most of the time, and she's my favorite British royal. Is that the Duke of Kent in the first photo?

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  4. Keep doing what you're doing Sophie. Love ya

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  5. Maturity is good for Sophia. There is a mature and chaste woman.

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  6. Lovely. Sophie comes across as such a warm and caring person.

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