The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ivydale Primary School in London

The Duchess of Cornwall is patron of The National Literacy Trust. The duchess wore a printed silk summer midi dress. beige pumps and bag
On September 8, 2020, International Literacy Day, The Duchess of Cornwall visited Ivydale Primary School in London and there, she met with students taking part in fun reading activities. The Duchess visited the school’s new library aiming to use the power of stories to excite, inspire and educate its students, personnel and the wider community.
The Duchess of Cornwall is patron of The National Literacy Trust. The duchess wore a printed silk summer midi dress. beige pumps and bag
The Duchess of Cornwall is patron of The National Literacy Trust. A research from The National Literacy Trust shows that almost 1 in 4 children did not have access to print books of their own or library books during the coronavirus lockdown.
The Duchess of Cornwall is patron of The National Literacy Trust. The duchess wore a printed silk summer midi dress. beige pumps and bag
The Duchess of Cornwall is patron of The National Literacy Trust. The duchess wore a printed silk summer midi dress. beige pumps and bag
The Duchess of Cornwall is patron of The National Literacy Trust. The duchess wore a printed silk summer midi dress. beige pumps and bag
The Duchess of Cornwall is patron of The National Literacy Trust. The duchess wore a printed silk summer midi dress. beige pumps and bag
The Duchess of Cornwall is patron of The National Literacy Trust. The duchess wore a printed silk summer midi dress. beige pumps and bag
The Duchess of Cornwall is patron of The National Literacy Trust. The duchess wore a printed silk summer midi dress. beige pumps and bag
The Duchess of Cornwall is patron of The National Literacy Trust. The duchess wore a printed silk summer midi dress. beige pumps and bag
The Duchess of Cornwall is patron of The National Literacy Trust. The duchess wore a printed silk summer midi dress. beige pumps and bag
The Duchess of Cornwall is patron of The National Literacy Trust. The duchess wore a printed silk summer midi dress. beige pumps and bag

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  1. So stylish!

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  2. Oh, what a lovely dress!
    The duchess looks really good, radiant and welcoming to the children.

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  3. Very pretty dress, shoes and bag ... she looks great ...

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    1. From Joann. I agree. She also looks engaged and is relating well to the children.

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  4. Nice dress, not fan of the bag, I would keep it for the beach.

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  5. Oh my, fashion assistants must be on strike!!

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  6. Different shoes--yea!

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  7. I don't like the dress for the ocassion.
    Personally I would have liked to see Duchess Camilla in Jeans and Blazer.

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    1. Really? Why? Jeans are a more appropriate royal attire? Would you also want them to be skinny perhaps?

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    2. She does look so much more modern and approachable dressed like that. When meeting with kids, I think it would be an excellent option.

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    3. @Anon 7:57 There aren't any rules. Camilla looks great in jeans and a blazer.

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  8. Toilette aux jolis motifs dans un tissu fluide mais Camilla aurait plus d'allure avec une fine ceinture ; j'aime beaucoup le style de ses chaussures qui ont l'air confortables même si elles ont un petit talon ; oh, la montre pas vraiment en harmonie ?!

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  9. Toilette aux jolis motifs dans un tissu fluide mais Camilla aurait plus d'allure avec une fine ceinture ; j'aime beaucoup le style de ses chaussures qui ont l'air confortables même si elles ont un petit talon ; oh, la montre pas vraiment en harmonie ?!

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  10. Are her all clothes tailor-made? A lot of her clothing doesn't seem to have a brand.

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  11. Very nice - she looks lovely. I like the print of the fabric.

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  12. I love the dress -- really pretty -- but the narrow scarf/tie somewhat detracts from it, imo (besides being difficult to keep under control!). I agree that the shoes are beautiful and deserve to be paired with a nicer handbag. Shoes and handbag in the same blue as the print would look lovely for a slightly more dressy occasion.




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  13. Lovely dress and great shoes. Have the trusty two tone ones been retired? Camilla looking great here Never thought of the tailor made idea before, Solina, but I think it’s probably right. It would explain why her clothes fit so nicely and the similarity in style of many of her dresses.

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  14. Lovely dress, this style suits the Duchess perfectly. This visit looked like a lot of fun for both children and the Duchess, all seemed to be engaging, happy and smiling. Great to see the children were able to leave the classroom and participate in the fresh air outdoors. A great visit by the Duchess.

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