Nigeria visit of The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall

Yesterday, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Nigeria which is the final leg of their Royal visit to West Africa. The Duke and Duchess were welcomed with an official ceremony in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria. Afterwards, The Duchess of Cornwall met with children taking part in a literary workshop at the Salamander Café in Abuja. Then, The Duchess of Cornwall joined a discussion of ideas for a future Women of the World Festival which will be held in Nigeria. In the evening, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall attended a reception at the British High Commissioner’s Residence. The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki.
The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki
The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki
The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki
The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki
The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki
The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki
The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki
The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki
The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki
The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki
The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki
The Duchess met guests at the reception including documentary maker Bolanle Olukanni and advocate for women’s health Toyin Saraki

12 comments:

  1. Camilla is steeds mooi gekleed, ze is mode bewust en ook de omgeving waar ze is. Prachtig deze roze outfit. Het kleed zou ik liever 10 cm langer zien, alhoewel het haar ook mooi staat, ze heeft mooie benen. Kapsel korter ; schrijf ik elke keer maar ze zal dit niet lezen, hé.

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  2. Two lovely, flowy looks for Camilla. Wonderful!

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  3. Pretty in pink! I love that style, throusers and tunic.

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    1. I too think that trousers and tunic suits her very well. Thought about that also when I saw the pictures from yesterday. She almost gets a different (better) posture in that outfit than when she is wearing a dress. Not saying that she can't wear dresses.

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  4. Like the pink tunic with the trousers but I think that the blue dress is strange and doesn't fit her very well...

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  5. Very well dressed Lady.Not to much and not to little for the occuation.
    I like her more and more

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  6. Camilla really looks good in pastel colors.

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  7. Looking lovely again. I particularly like the pink tunic with the trousers.

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  8. Both outfits are very flattering, love the neckline.

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  9. Great style that is quite her own. Not really copying her majesty, but staying quietly regal. Both outfits are great for her body type and reflective of the occasion.

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  10. I do not like the long pink jacket and pants. They look quite pajama-like.

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