The Prince of Wales & Duchess of Cornwall's visit to New Zealand

On the final day of their visit to New Zealand, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers’ and Craft Market in Christchurch. Then, The Duchess visited the Battered Women’s Trust, a charity that is dedicated to supporting families in the Canterbury area. Afterwards, the Duchess visited the Christchurch Botanic Gardens. The botanic gardens are home to a number of huge trees.
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall visited Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. Christchurch Botanic Gardens

7 comments:

  1. Really like this dress! The way it skims the body, the pretty details -- I only wish it had a jewel neckline or boat neckline, which would make it perfect. (I hate the look of a "shirt collar" on any woman but especially on Camilla and Victoria, who both wear that style a lot and imo it does them no favors.)

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  2. The color, the tucking of the bodice, the fit, and the length of this dress is perfect. I like everything except the hem which I do not understand. However, Camilla looks lovely and she seems very happy in greeting and interacting with the New Zealanders, and walking about the gardens.

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  3. beautiful dress like always.

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  4. Still on tour. Lovely blue dress. Camilla does look a little tired.These trees are something else.

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  5. Cette couleur bleu-pale va à merveille à Camilla... Les perles de ses boucles d'oreilles me plaisent bien !!!

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  6. Although all of her light coloured dresses and ensembles look good, it is getting boring. Always the same style. The only positive surprise was the blue jumpsuit.

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  7. Nice Dress, well cut and detailed except for the strange hem, it seems the underlay or lining is longer and it does not look good! We have seen this type of hem on Camilla before. The shoes don't really go with this dress.

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