The Duchess of Cornwall hosted a reception for winners of CW Essay Competition 2019

On October 31, 2019, the Duchess of Cornwall hosted a reception, on behalf of the Queen, for winners of the Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition 2019 at Buckingham Palace in London. The Duchess of Cornwall, Vice-Patron of The Royal Commonwealth Society presented prizes to this year's winners on behalf of the Queen. The contest is the world’s oldest international writing competition for schools, and the theme for 2019 was "A Connected Commonwealth", which was launched by the Duchess in Ghana. The contest was founded in 1883 to promote literacy, expression and creativity among young people throughout the Commonwealth.
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner
Winners, Veronica Shen, Catherine Wang, Elise Jensen and Nnemdi Ozoemena. Duchess of Cornwall met with Author Geri Horner

13 comments:

  1. Ok is that the dress liner/slip sticking out at the bottom? Nice color & collar but no to the black boots.
    Glo

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  2. Nice green dress again, but I don't like the boots with it. I think a regular pump would look better?.

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  3. Nice Dress, the Duchess is almost always impeccable dressed. But this dress could do without that funny finish on the bottom seam?

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    1. Camilla a grandi ,on a allongé la robe .

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    2. Camilla a grandi ,on a allongé la robe .

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    3. Camilla a grandi ,on a allongé la robe .

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  4. Not a very good choice . The only thing I like about this outfit is the color.

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  5. Jolie tenue dans cette couleur verte ; qui pourrait dire quelle est la bande rajoutée sur le bas de sa robe ? Il me semble que des chaussures noires auraient mieux convenu !!!

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  6. Outfit is okay but there's a strange hem on the dress which doesn't really improve its appearance. Agree with Anon 7 01 that a classic court would look much better than the boots.

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  7. The color is nice, the dress looks odd in someway, from the neckline to the weird part on the hemline. The boots do not go with the dress.

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  8. We’ve seen these suede boots on D. Camilla many times. All I can think of is that the room is drafty and she likes to keep her legs warm. But if that’s the case why not wear a warmer dress, or a wool suit? The lightweight dress with the boots looks very mismatched to me. (V.M.)

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  9. Eyes off the dress...what a great group photo... good award(s) and meaningful and long-standing award(s)! Many congratulations to all those who participated.

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  10. The satin finish on the hemline is unusual, but the dress is nice and colour suits her. Love the addition of the pearls. Her handbag I love. Not so keen on the boots a nice pair of court shoes would have been far better, the outfit would have looked more polished.

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