Like her husband Prince Charles, would Camilla Parker Bowles be the type not to throw anything away? While the Crown Prince in an interview with Vogue told Vogue that he made his clothes last as long as possible, the Duchess of Cornwall has shown that she too can make a coat last for 13 years . To pay tribute to the British soldiers who died during the First and Second World War on Wednesday, October 4, she opted for a dark green coat, with black fleece cuffs and collar, as reported by Hello Magazine.
Accessorized with the traditional poppy brooches, a sign of remembrance in Britain, this coat was first worn by Camilla Parker Bowles in 2007, when she presented operational service medals to soldiers returning from a six-month deployment in Iraq, remembers Hello Magazine, then a second time, ten years later for another official ceremony. A final physical commitment for the Duchess, who from Thursday November 5 will enter her second confinement like all the British.
Green, Camilla Parker Bowles’ favorite color
Once again, Camilla Parker Bowles had bet on her favorite color for her engagement: dark green. Indeed, it is not uncommon to see the Duchess of Cornwall wearing this color which suits her perfectly. Neither too austere like black, nor too colorful and motley, the wife of Prince Charles has made dark green her go-anywhere color, to be drawn in all circumstances. A color that she had chosen in particular last September for the resumption of her official commitments.
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