The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are visiting to the Republic of Ireland from 20th to 21st May. The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall's visit is made at the request of the British Government and celebrate the links between the two Nations and their people. Today, The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland’s oldest working mill in Avoca Village, Wicklow. The mill at Avoca Ireland began as a co-operative in 1723 - local farmers could grind their corn, and spin and weave their wool for clothing for the local miners.
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland’s oldest working mill in Avoca Village, Wicklow. A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland’s oldest working mill in Avoca Village, Wicklow. A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland’s oldest working mill in Avoca Village, Wicklow. A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland’s oldest working mill in Avoca Village, Wicklow. A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland’s oldest working mill in Avoca Village, Wicklow. A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland’s oldest working mill in Avoca Village, Wicklow. A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland’s oldest working mill in Avoca Village, Wicklow. A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland’s oldest working mill in Avoca Village, Wicklow. A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland’s oldest working mill in Avoca Village, Wicklow. A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland’s oldest working mill in Avoca Village, Wicklow. A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ireland’s oldest working mill in Avoca Village, Wicklow. A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
Yesterday evening, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall attended a dinner at the Ambassador’s residence in Glencairn.
 A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
 A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
 A dinner at the Ambassador’s residence

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful photo of Camilla and Charles.

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  2. Normally think of grey as dull and boring but I love this smart dress and coat ensemble. My only problem is the shoes, which appear to be cream and black. Why? Surely loads of other options available---plain black, plain grey, grey/black pattern? The evening outfit is as elegant and stylish as usual.

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  3. Two genuinely amazing looks from Camilla. The blue ensemble is a stunner, beautifully tailored and proportioned. The floaty evening look is also very pretty. Her jewellery is fantastic, as always.

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  4. Great dress and coat ensemble nice color. She knows what looks good on her. Also like the white gown for the dinner occasion the embroidery is not overdone.

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  5. I generally don't like Camilla's fashion sense, but I find the grey outfit very elegant, well fitted and age appropriate, if only she would have worn different shoes, lately she has has been wearing those a lot, they really spoil the total effect. Love the white (perhaps ivory) ensemble, very sophisticated!!

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