The Duchess of Cornwall has shown her frugal style on her latest tour with Prince Charles.
Camilla, 74, visited Devon and Cornwall this week with her husband, donning recycled outfits for all of their engagements together.
On a trip to Exeter Cathedral – the first stop of their three-day tour of the South West – Camilla looked stylish in a navy blue dress adorned with colorful feathers that she first wore in May this year on a visit to Whittington Hospital. .
On the second day, visiting a primary school at St Mary’s in Cornwall’s Isles of Scilly, the Duchess was the epitome of elegance in a vibrant blue sundress with an exotic bird print.
The royal had originally donned the colorful dress while visiting the London Garden Museum on June 10, 2021.
Camilla (pictured), 74, this week visited Devon and Cornwall with her husband and donned recycled outfits for all their engagements together
On a trip to Exeter Cathedral – the first stop on their three-day tour of the South West – Camilla looked stylish in a navy blue dress adorned with colorful feathers that she first wore in May this year on a visit to Whittington Hospital. (photo)
On the second day, visiting a primary school at St Mary’s in the Isles of Scilly in Cornwall, the Duchess was the epitome of elegance in a vibrant blue sundress with an exotic bird print (pictured)
For the royal couple’s final outing, Camilla cut a cool figure in a light blue zip-up linen dress decorated with white polka dots and dark sunglasses, while wearing her white-blond hair carefully coiffed.
She first wore the summer ensemble during a trip to the V&A Museum on June 9, 2021.
In terms of footwear, the Duchess has been wearing the same Sole Bliss pumps for almost three years now.
Her first purchase was a £149 pair of heels, which she wore to the Royal Cornwall Show in June 2018.
According to Sole Bliss, the Duchess hasn’t replaced her favorite pumps in nearly three years, despite being worn an estimated 80 times.
The royal had originally donned the colorful dress during a visit to the London Garden Museum on June 10, 2021. (pictured)
For the royal couple’s final outing, Camilla cut a cool figure in a light-blue linen zip-up dress decorated with white polka dots and dark sunglasses, while wearing her white-blonde hair carefully coiffed (pictured left). She first wore the summer ensemble during a trip to the V&A Museum on June 9, 2021 (pictured right)
Sole Bliss says: ‘We renew this best-selling heel each season, but the Duchess continues to wear her original pair that has accompanied her on countless engagements over the past three years.
“Our shoes are designed to be worn for years to come. We use ethically sourced high-quality leather and durable memory foam cushioning for bunions and sensitive feet, so our customers can wear their Sole Bliss shoes over and over.”
Yesterday Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall looked cheerful as they visited The Burton at Bideford in Devon to celebrate the art gallery’s 70th anniversary – just a day after being caught off guard by the announcement of the $20 million memoir. from Prince Harry.
The Prince of Wales, 72, and the Duchess of Cornwall, who turned 74 on Saturday, greeted the benefactors as they came to see an exhibition of archival photographs by local photographer James Ravilious of the Beaford Archives on the last day of their visit. tour of the Southwest.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, photos from Exeter Cathedral departure yesterday morning
After visiting the exhibit, they attended a gathering of community groups and youth in nearby Victoria Park.
It came after Megxit’s $20 million memoir of the Duke of Sussex was labeled by royal pundits and insiders as an “exercise to make money at the expense of his blood family” who predicted it would be “a book by Harry, like written by Meghan’.
Harry, 36, did not warn his grandmother, father or brother about the all-encompassing book until “moments before it went public” in a sign that his relationship with the royal family did not improve during his visit to the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue in London earlier this month it was claimed on Tuesday.
The Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William are said to have been completely taken aback by Harry’s shocking announcement that he has been secretly working on his as-yet-untitled memoir with Pulitzer-winning ghostwriter JR Moehringer, with a late 2022 release date, according to publisher Penguin Random. house.
In a statement, Harry said: “I am not writing this as the prince I was born, but as the man I have become” – but a royal insider responded sharply: “A book by Harry, as written by Meghan.”
Prince Harry did not feel he needed permission from Buckingham Palace to write the memoir, his spokesman said yesterday.
The Sussex spokesman told the BBC Harry isn’t expected to get approval for the Buckingham Palace project – but it’s not yet clear whether royal officials will see the finished book before it’s released by publisher Penguin in late 2022. Random House. MailOnline has asked Harry’s LA team for comment.