The Duchess of Cornwall visited Mulberry School for Girls in London

On October 30, 2019, The Duchess of Cornwall visited Mulberry School for Girls which plays an important part in the Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. Exploring the theme ‘Partnership of Equals’, The Duchess toured the school, took part in a roundtable discussion and met the school’s therapy dog.
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
Afterwards, The Duchess of Cornwall visited The Royal Foundation of St Katharine which hosts retreats, acts as a conference venue for charities and NGOs and provides a meeting space for women’s groups, artists and community organisations. The Duchess also visited the Yurt Café which is a social enterprise with price-protected items, ensuring the menu is accessible to all.
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
The Woman of the World (WoW) Festival of which The Duchess is President. The Royal Foundation of St Katharine

10 comments:

  1. What an impressive happy pictures of both the Duchess as the girls ( all in trousers! Wonderfull).
    All well dressed, but most of alll I love the colours of the bouquet!

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  2. Interesting, school uniforms have moved from skirts to trousers! I have not visited London for quite a long time...

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  3. A very nice look for the Dss. I think the baby is happy about it too.

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  4. I think the duchess is lovely looking woman but find that her eyebrows are too dark and too thick, giving her a harsh look. Does anyone else agree?

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    1. It's not only eyebrows, the face lift would make her look much better.
      AVA

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    2. Un lifting à 70 ans serait catastrophique ,la peau n’a plus assez de souplesse ,< les rides sont bien creusées.

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    3. Un lifting à 70 ans serait catastrophique ,la peau n’a plus assez de souplesse ,< les rides sont bien creusées.

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  5. Duchess looks great. She has a lovely smile and looks as if she's enjoying herself as usual. The schoolgirls uniform looks ghastly--like they are staff in a very downmarket store. I'll stop complaining about the overly short skirts some of my pupils wear. They look miles more elegant than this.

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  6. The Duchess does not need a facelift. She looks natural Plastic, stretched, immobile face looks hideous. Her outfit looks lovely. Ruffled blouse is very attractive. The jacket's buttons on collar add interest to otherwise plain jacket, love the skirt. Pearl drop earrings finish this outfit off nicely.

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  7. The Duchess looks very nice and color coordinated.

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