The Duchess of Cornwall visited HMP Downview Prison

The Duchess of Cornwall visited HMP Downview and met with staff and prisoners. The Duchess also received information about the rehabilitation programmes carried out in the prison. The prison is one of only 12 female prisons in the UK. The Duchess also visited the Max Spielmann Academy, which is an onsite shop where prisoners in HMP Downview receive training about up-to-date photographic industry techniques.
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
On February 6, 2020, The Duchess of Cornwall also visited Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre. Maggie’s centres provide free cancer support and information in centres and online. The first centre opened in Edinburgh in 1996 and there are now 26 centres across the UK and internationally. The Duchess has been President of Maggie’s since 2008.
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre
Duchess visited the Max Spielmann Academy and Maggie’s at the Royal Marsden Hospital, the cancer charity’s latest centre

8 Comments

  1. Nice blue suit.I think it is good these women are learning a trade,by the time they get out they hopefully can get a job and do not get into trouble again. Her second visit the Marsden Hospital. Great cause. I think she is a very caring person.

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  2. Oh, I love this classic suit. Luscious blue is divine. Love the insertions within the collar adds interest. This suit fits perfectly. The addition of the brooch is wonderful. I am not sure if that is a scarf at her neckline or a blouse? Perfect finishing touch are those gloves.

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  3. WOW for Camilla and her blue suit !!!
    Important visits and her outfit is perfect, including the lovely bird brooch.
    (A fan/JJ)

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  4. La coupe de ce tailleur original va à merveille à Camilla surtout dans ce très joli bleu ; avec les gants et les bottes, c'est très chic.. La petite broche est très délicate !

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  5. The skirt is a bit tight . Otherwise everything is ok.

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  6. A small observation - but maybe is only me: A collar seems to fit better if one has a long neck. And if one gets older, the neck shortens (I am observing the same for me and I don't like to wear collars any more). The same seems to apply for the Queen (Elizabeth II), she has a lot of collarless coats. Apart from this small notice, I like her suit very much and the colour is beautiful. (Ann.)

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  7. It’s a very nice suit in a very flattering colour. I must say that the outfits on the two ladies accompanying D.Camilla in the last photo are wonderful. (V.M.)

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