Green green future Queen: Camilla steps out for DV charity event

Jan 27, 2022
Duchess of Cornwall hosts special event at Clarence House in London, to celebrate 50th anniversary of domestic violence charity

The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, has stepped out in style at a special event she hosted to celebrate the 50th anniversary of domestic violence organisation, Refuge.

Notoriously known for her infamous affair with Charles, Prince of Wales, 74-year-old Camilla continues to give us something to talk about, particularly in the world of fashion.

Stepping in out in vibrant green, V-necked flare Ponte dress styled with an understated necklace, silk sash, and delicate earrings to pair, Camilla advertised the popular ME+EM label in the best way possible.


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The charity event took place on Thursday night, where Camilla met with multiple notable women including Culture secretary Nadine Dorries and Home secretary Priti Patel.

The Duchess addressed guests with a touching speech in acknowledgment of the remarkable benefits the charity has achieved for women and children experiencing domestic violence.

At the event, Camila also met well-known influencer and activist, Zara McDermott, in recognition of Zara’s work with Refuge, specifically their combined efforts to change the law around image-related abuse.


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The influencer took to Instagram to acknowledge her exchange with the Duchess, writing, “Today I had the absolute honour of meeting Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Cornwall. I told her all about the work I have done, and will continue to do for young people.”

The post featured a charming photo of Zara and Camilla as they smiled admirably at each other, Zara dressed in an elegant, long-sleeved pink dress, and Camilla in her gorgeous green garb.

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, first debuted the ME+EM label in 2o21, when she met with 6-year-old cancer sufferer, Mila Sneddon, after Mila told Kate her favourite colour was pink.

The Duchess wore a bright pink, long-sleeved, button-up dress, paired with a dainty matching belt and tailored sleeves. The dress also featured gorgeously pressed pleats and a stylish collar to match.

Sophie, the Duchess of Wessex, is also known for regularly wearing the label, which seems to be a popular choice amongst the royal women.

As for who wore it best, we’ll leave that to you to decide.








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