After stunning the crowds with her appearance in a long, flowing pink down in Malaysia, the Duchess of Cornwall is doing it again.
While it’s not quite the same outfit, it’s pretty close.
This time Camilla stepped out in a long-line soft-pink top with white embroidery detail. She team the outfit while loose fitting white pants and carried a parasol.
She accessorised the outfit with wooden beads – a handmade beaded garland given to her at the start of a tour while visiting the Sarawak Cultural Village.
Prince Charles and Camilla are currently on tour of Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei and India.
During day three of the royal visit Prince Charles and the Duchess enjoyed a cultural show, which included cooking and craft demonstrations, as well as going on a raft ride across the lake.
Charles also displayed his skills at using the Penan blowpipes when he visited the ‘Rumah Penan’ (Penan hut) before a closed-door dialogue session with six community leaders representing the major ethnic groups in the state.
On day three of #RoyalVisitMY, The Prince and The Duchess started off the day at Sarawak Cultural Village in #Kuching. ?? Sarawak in #Malaysia is home to indigenous communities that are rich in traditional culture. TRH were greeted with a cultural show before The Prince had a dialogue with tribal heads and The Duchess met women who were showcasing traditional handicrafts. The visit ended with a raft ride across the lake!
Prince Charles even got up close and personal with the locals, feeding an orangutan at the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre.
In #Kuching today, The Prince of Wales visited the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre to hear about the orangutan rehabilitation project. The wildlife centre was opened in 1975 as a rehabilitation space for injured orangutans or those rescued from captivity. . . . #Malaysia #RoyalVisitMY #ThePrinceofWales #RoyalFamily #Orangutan #Wildlife #Conservation #Nature
They’ve now arrived in Penang, despite the region flooding following storms over the weekend.