3rd day - The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall's official visit to Germany

On the third day of their official visit to Germany, on May 9, Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visited the International Rescue Committee (IRC) at the Impact Hub, a global humanitarian aid organization. The IRC assists with the integration of newly arrived refugees in Germany. The IRC works closely with Jobs4Refugees who offer coaching to refugees and employers to help overcome challenges, such as language barriers or failure to recognise international qualifications.
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited the International Rescue Committee at the Impact Hub
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited the International Rescue Committee at the Impact Hub
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited the International Rescue Committee at the Impact Hub
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited the International Rescue Committee at the Impact Hub
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited the International Rescue Committee at the Impact Hub
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited the International Rescue Committee at the Impact Hub
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited the International Rescue Committee at the Impact Hub
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited the International Rescue Committee at the Impact Hub
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited the International Rescue Committee at the Impact Hub
On the second day of their visit to Germany, on May 8, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Leipzig to perform various engagements. During their visit, The Prince and The Duchess explored cultural heritage of the city and received information about the role the people of Leipzig played in the ‘Peaceful Revolution’ that helped bring about an end to the division of Germany in 1989. The Duke and Duchess also visited Leipzig City Hall, which houses a public museum showcasing 200 years of Leipzig history, and signed the Golden Book for the City of Leipzig and for the State of Saxony.
The Duke and Duchess visited Leipzig City Hall, City of Leipzig and for the State of Saxony
The Duke and Duchess visited Leipzig City Hall, City of Leipzig and for the State of Saxony
The Duke and Duchess visited Leipzig City Hall, City of Leipzig and for the State of Saxony
The Duke and Duchess visited Leipzig City Hall, City of Leipzig and for the State of Saxony
The Duke and Duchess visited Leipzig City Hall, City of Leipzig and for the State of Saxony
The Duke and Duchess visited Leipzig City Hall, City of Leipzig and for the State of Saxony

11 comments:

  1. Again, fab outfits on Camilla. Pastels look great on her in the summers.

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  2. I think the blue dress would be better without the lace applique on the skirt. It looks a bit 'granny,' like, "We have all of this lace, so where should we put it now?" It fits her nicely, though, and the style is getting to be her uniform.

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  3. Beautiful outfits on both days! Very complementary in taste and style.
    She rarely takes a misstep where her outfits are concerned.

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  4. Love Duchess Camillas choices for both ocasions,she wores them well. Prince Charles seems very happy today and Camilla is very relaxed too.

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  5. Wouldn't you think that Camilla's dress looks also a bit like curtain fabric? Just an idea...

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  6. Great outfits on both days. Particularly like the patterned dress and pale coat ensemble which looks fantastic on her. She has a lovely uncluttered style which is instantly recognisable and which suits her so well.

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  7. J'appellerai cette jolie robe bleue "robe wedgwoog". Très détendus tous les deux.

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  8. In my opinion, one of the best dressed royals, always apropriate for the occasion.

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  9. Dss Camilla found her fashion style and she is sticking with it.Always great choices on this tour.

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  10. I agree with the previous comments regarding the lace on the blue dress looking very granny and old-fashioned.

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