The Duchess of Cornwall wrote an article in Stella Magazine

The Duchess of Cornwall wears a red wool coatdress by designer Fiona Clare

The Duchess of Cornwall wrote an article in this week’s Stella Magazine. The article was about the importance of supporting older people this Christmas. In her article in The Sunday Telegraph’s Stella Magazine this weekend, The Duchess wrote that many people would be "facing a gap at the Christmas table" this year. The magazine has been made available for all to enjoy this week at no cost in order to raise awareness of this important issue.

The Duchess of Cornwall wears a red wool coatdress by designer Fiona Clare

This weekend's issue of Stella Magazine contains articles from the duchess’ patronages and charities, including The Silver Line and Age UK. The Duchess was photographed for the magazine’s cover by Hugo Burnand at Clarence House in early December. In the photo, the Duchess wears a red wool coatdress by designer Fiona Clare.

The Duchess of Cornwall wears a red wool coatdress by designer Fiona Clare

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  1. A beautiful Christmas dress for the Duchess!

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  2. The Duchess look wonderful. Red is such a celebratory colour, and together with the decor these photos truly reflect a sense of the Christmas holiday.
    - Anon 9:13

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  3. Camilla looks fantastic in these photos. I always like her usual blues and greens but this red dress is superb and looks even better against the festive background.

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    1. Absolutely agree, she looks wonderful.
      Chel

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  4. What a lovely pictures. The dress is perfect and the colour even more. Love her boots. Imagine this dress with skin colour pantyhose. Would have been terrible. This gives in total a very modern look

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  5. Great dress but the boots could use a nice long rest in the back of her closet.

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    1. Agree...I can understand seeing them so often at outdoor winter engagements — although they do get a bit monotonous — but really, for an indoor portrait, with nice dress and brooch?? Camilla would have looked great in sheer or semi- sheer stockings and a pretty pair of pumps for this photo.

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    2. The Duchess is an aristocratic, English, country girl, through and through.
      A horse and hound's lady.
      And she has been bought up to know, appreciate and how to invest money in good boots for both inside and outside.
      And after awhile, they become so comfortabe that they are like a second skin.
      Hope Prince Charles makes her take them off before she gets into bed :-))

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    3. I agree. She could really use a new pair (or two) of boots, and this is not the occasion for them. The elegance of pumps would have been much better suited to the situation.

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  6. Red may be her best color. Whether it is a reflection from her beautiful red dress, or her makeup, she seems to glow and she looks years younger. The setting is gorgeous as well. I commend her for the work she does for the older ones.

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  8. She looks absolutely splendid! The red looks wonderful on her and is if course very seasonal.
    I'm just curious, who's wedding picture is shown in the background? It's not her son or daughter (Laura had a different, shorter veil and her daughter-in-law wore a strapples gown). Is it Harry? I don't think it's William either as he wore a red jacket. It doesn't matter, but I just couldn't figure it out.

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    1. Photo in the second pic is one of the group photos from Prince Harry's wedding. the one in the third pic looks like a christening photo but its not any of the published ones of the Cambridges or the Hon Archie as far as I Assume, therefore it's one of Camilla's own grandchildren.

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    2. It's a wedding picture of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

      If you will search 'official wedding picture harry meghan' in the google picture search, you should recognize it.

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    1. You think so. I think she's too much down to earth to be interested in help from photoshop.
      I'd say that the photographer is a professional.

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    2. And if you mention the word "photoshop" to the Duchess and also to Princcess Anne (Princess Royal) they'd probably think it's the name of a horse competing at the Royal Ascot race meeting next year.

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  10. Duchess Camilla is looking very regal, beautiful picture.
    Hannah

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  11. Lovely pictures of a warmly smiling Duchess.
    Her red dress is very nice and so well chosen for Christmas.

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  12. The first photo is my favorite.
    The structure of the picture is absolutely consistent with the old wood in the background, then the tree with the beautiful old Christmas decorations.

    And finally the dazzlingly pretty and very young and fresh-looking Duchess.
    The red dress makes Camilla shine from within.

    Everything looks heart-warming Christmassy.

    However, I would shoot the carpet in the last picture to the moon.

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  13. The Duchess looks fabulous, this dress looks amazing, the cut and style of the dress is superb. Love the colour.

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  14. It doesn't really look like Camilla. ~Laurel~

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  15. Same dress in cut and style that she has been wearing for years, however the red gives it a different vibe and makes it more festive. The photos have been filtered and photoshopped very professionally.
    Nice images!
    Isabel O

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  16. Cela faisait un certain temps que nous n'avions pas vu Camilla aussi ravissante dans cette robe-manteau rouge-corail dont j'apprécie le travail du plastron effectué depuis sa poitrine jusqu'à la taille ; avec le noir des bottes, elle a beaucoup d'allure !

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  17. Wonderful idea and she looks very festive but in a relaxed way. Not overly polished. I prefer her style to the ‘perfect appearance’ approach of some in the royal circles (although I admit it must be more difficult to pull off for someone not born in the royal family and without- perhaps - the level of confidence Camilla has at this stage).

    Whilst I agree her boots are unusual for an indoor activity, I don’t mind them; in fact they contribute to the relaxed but festive overall look.

    Lily A

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