Princess Anne opened new textile factory of Texfelt in Bradford

On July 16, 2019, Princess Anne visited Bradford to attend the opening of the new textile factory of Texfelt. The Princess officially opened the new site which will enable the production of Springbond, a new eco-engineered carpet underlay made from upcycled plastic bottles. The Princess also visited local businesses around Yorkshire.
Princess officially opened the new site which will enable the production of Springbond, a new eco-engineered carpet
Princess officially opened the new site which will enable the production of Springbond, a new eco-engineered carpet
Princess officially opened the new site which will enable the production of Springbond, a new eco-engineered carpet
Princess officially opened the new site which will enable the production of Springbond, a new eco-engineered carpet
Princess officially opened the new site which will enable the production of Springbond, a new eco-engineered carpet
Princess officially opened the new site which will enable the production of Springbond, a new eco-engineered carpet
Princess officially opened the new site which will enable the production of Springbond, a new eco-engineered carpet
Princess officially opened the new site which will enable the production of Springbond, a new eco-engineered carpet

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  1. Princess Anne looks very smart. Her dress is very nice and her necklace matches it perfectly. She seems interested in the subject matter, and appears to be enjoying the visit.

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    1. Exactly my thoughts too. She looks really very good here.

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    2. Those were my exact thoughts as well, as I came to the end of the photos. She looks very good, the outfit is nice and she seems happy and relaxed.
      My only quibble given the heat of summer, is the black gloves. White would have been better, and no gloves at all the best (though I know she likes to wear gloves if she has to shake a lot of hands.)
      Anon 9:13

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  2. Die Fleißigste! Unermüdlich im Dienst der Krone „im Einsatz“. Während die junge Generation schon längst in den Sommerferien weilt...
    -Elisabeth-

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  3. Top Figur; beim Outfit die sichere Variante gewählt (die Handschuhe verstehe ich allerdings nicht). Haare, 1 x entschieden und dabei geblieben. Ich finde es herrlich, wie unprätentiös die Princess Royale ist.

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    1. Ja Handschuhen und Frisur verstehe ich nicht.

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  4. Nice to see the PR again.Lovely dress the only thing the bottom part is too busy, it may looked better with a white blazer,OMO of course.

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  5. I have high respect and admiration for Anne for her decades of dedication, diligence, responsibility and hard work asking for no personal acclaim for herself. I just wish she would change her hairstyle which she has worn for decades. So very unflattering and that is an understatement. Look at photos of her in her younger days when she wore her hair down. Was so much more flattering.

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    1. Hi Beverly24, No offense, just curious: Why do you think her hairstyle is unflattering? And how do you think she should/ could wear it? Thanks in advance :-)

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    2. Agree, she was quite a pretty young lady. Her face is still very nice. I too wish she would wear it more fashionable. But then at least it looks healthy even tho it is up.

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    3. I agree with this very much.

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    4. My 2 cents: the style is unflattering, I've been saying that for ages. It makes her look severe, which is not. By now it's difficult to say what would suit her but she could look younger and less severe with a softer hairstyle.

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    5. My 2 cents: the style is unflattering, I've been saying that for ages. It makes her look severe, which is not. By now it's difficult to say what would suit her but she could look younger and less severe with a softer hairstyle.

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    6. Rosalyn -- the hair style is very matronly and dowdy. Very unflattering to her face. I realize that Anne is not a "glamour" type nor should she be. That's not her. But this hair style is very unbecoming to her.

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  6. a very lovely outfit!
    What happened to Anne in the last weeks? We saw so much very nice styles on her the last weeks, great!

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  7. Don't mind the hair--just get rid of the gloves! Smart and business like outfit as we would expect from Princess Anne. I think sandals as well as no gloves would improve it.
    Thanks for featuring Princess Anne, Helen Electra. Always good to see her out and about

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  8. I adore Princess Anne - a bundle of fire when young which she prolly got from her father, and now a dignified, never attention-seeking woman, with a figure and posture so reflective of her personality.

    Nia

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  9. Princess Anne would make a great company director;no nonsense;practical. Her style is smart sophisticated;the dress style and colour reflects that. The hair style is great,neat and controlled;she would not look as nice with short ordinary styles.Princess Anne is a diplomat,she should be the one doing the delegation trade deals.

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  10. I really like this outfit, she looks so nice and relaxed.
    I would just take the gloves, for me they do not combine with this style, but overall, I think she really looks great!

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  11. Nice outfit that looks fresh and light despite the black-and-white colour scheme. The dark gloves are a bit heavy for july and I think she had looked better without, but I understand why she's wearing them.
    I think the dress had looked even better if the pattern in the skirt had been reversed so as to mirror the pattern in the bodice instead of repeating it. The squares would then have been densest at the waist (ideally at her actual waist) and become less further up and further down.
    Regarding her hair: It sure is unflattering (she's had that librarian style forever and seems to be stuck in the sixties), and she could look better even with only slight changes and variation, without reinventing herself. She is simply in need of an update.
    - Vanessa

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