Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall shines in ‘fabulous’ emerald green – ‘Here she comes again’

Whilst in Scotland, the Duchess of Cornwall chatted about art at the Nairn Community Centre, which is the home of the Nairn Book and Arts Festival. The Centre is a self-funding registered Charity, built in 2007, where over 70,000 people meet each year and engage in a variety of activities and interests. The building has been described as a “vital part of the Nairn Community” on their website, as it is a popular events venue and provides a vast programme of live shows.

One royal fan on Twitter was full of praise for Camilla, simply writing: “Her smile” followed by three hearts.

Another royal watcher commented saying: “Here she comes again, the fabulous Duchess!”

Camilla appeared to be wearing an emerald green dress, with a waistcoat style over layer on top of a sheer emerald blouse.

The blouse had beautiful button detailing on each wrist, and the design of the blouse looked as if the Duchess was wearing a tie to complete her outfit.


Camilla wore a stone coloured trench coat over her emerald outfit to shield her from the rain, and also wore her statement nude high heels.

The Duchess of Cornwall is rarely seen without her nude high heels which feature block heels.

Camilla’s chosen pair is by Sole Bliss, a brand which constructs shoes for women who suffer from bunions and related foot problems.

The Duchess is a big fan of the ‘Ingrid’ heels in caramel leather, and wears them to most royal engagements costing £149.

Another royal fan added on Twitter: “I like her raincoat. She’s always so sensibly dressed.”

This comes a day after the Duchess of Cornwall was carrying out royal engagements with Prince Charles in Scotland.

On Thursday the royal couple took part in an activity where they hung a huge mosaic made out of knitted squares outside Dumfries House, one of Prince Charles’s Scottish residences.

The aim of the project was to encourage the local community to take up knitting as a stress reliever and a bonding activity with others.

For this event, Charles and Camilla both sported traditional Scottish kilts, and Camilla herself was in tartan head to toe.

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