The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall visited Bristol and Gloucester

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Asda Distribution Centre and Turnbull and Asser shirt company
On July 9, 2020, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Asda Distribution Centre in Bristol to thank staff who have kept the country's vital food supplies moving throughout the coronavirus pandemic. The Prince and The Duchess later visited Turnbull and Asser shirt company in Gloucester. During the early stages of the Coronavirus pandemic the company switched their entire production line to making scrubs for the NHS.
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Asda Distribution Centre and Turnbull and Asser shirt company
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Asda Distribution Centre and Turnbull and Asser shirt company
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Asda Distribution Centre and Turnbull and Asser shirt company
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Asda Distribution Centre and Turnbull and Asser shirt company
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Asda Distribution Centre and Turnbull and Asser shirt company
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Asda Distribution Centre and Turnbull and Asser shirt company
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Asda Distribution Centre and Turnbull and Asser shirt company
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Asda Distribution Centre and Turnbull and Asser shirt company
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Asda Distribution Centre and Turnbull and Asser shirt company
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Asda Distribution Centre and Turnbull and Asser shirt company

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  1. Since this is a fashion blog I feel the need to complain about Prince Charlies' suit. I am not too crazy about the more modern crinkly crumpely look. He has slimmed down quite a bit in the last few months I feel he needs to call a in a very excellant British tailor to attend to his clothes. With his new slimline figure he can afford to take in a few centimetres in the waists of his suit coats. The shoulders seem to be just OK and he seems to have more muscle on the upper arms. Please British tailors live up to your reputation and streamline him?

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    1. Charles does hang on to his clothes far too long, as well. This could just be a worn out suit that won't hold its shape any longer. With his hands in his pockets so often, the fabric really looks pulled and stretched not just at the pockets but at the button as well.

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    2. its a summer suit, very much his style
      j.

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  2. Elégante dans cet ensemble mais dans une couleur bleu-marine -qu'elle apprécie beaucoup- tout en conservant son écharpe blanche, Camilla aurait plus d'allure !

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  3. Charles needs a few new clothes, and a hair cut. His hair always seems on the verge of being too long. The suit is old, wrinkly, and needs to be readjusted to his current weight.

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  4. Several times mentioned his expensive, but not at all well fitting suits here... But, much worse: Watch the video on Youtube, where a´n employee of ASDA fell in front of the Queen´s son. Prince Charles´ reaction showed something.

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    1. Agree, that wasn't a good response from Prince Charles... that poor man fainting. Prince Charles did nothing to help

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    2. Yes, the optics were terrible -- but many people commenting on the video said that it had been edited to make it look as though Prince Charles just sort of shrugged, walked away, and showed no further concern, when that was not actually the case. They recommended watching the complete, unedited clip, which hopefully is available online.

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    3. Oh for goodness sake! The video is edited - there were plenty of people there to help.

      I can't seriously believe that you think the Prince of Wales, who is in his 70s by the way, should be rushing to help when there were far more qualified people there. He will also have been trained by his security people not to do anything in case it's not real.

      These are human beings and like all human beings they have faults. But really criticism when none is justified... I despair!

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  5. Lovely to see the Royal coupe out and about

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  6. I like this well cut cream suit but would have liked some colour somewhere. While accepting the need for something warm, I don’t like the shawl/scarf worn hanging round the neck. It needs to be longer or fringed or something. It looks like a towel slung round the neck after a swim.

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  7. I would say: they both need a good tailor, but Charles has to go first!

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