Camilla stuns in £129 dress and scarf at reception in Clarence House – ‘love the softness’

Camilla speaks about domestic abuse during reception

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On Tuesday afternoon, the Duchess of Cornwall hosted a reception to mark 50 years of Refuge Charity. Camilla begged domestic abuse campaigners to continue their vital work at the event. She was joined by Love Island’s Zara McDermott who fronted a powerful TV documentary on ‘revenge pornography’.

Priti Patel, the home secretary, also attended the event.

For the occasion, the Duchess wore a lovely turquoise green knee-length dress.

The dress was a Myla Forest Green Midi Dress.

It is currently retailing from the Pretty Dress Company for £129.

Camilla accompanied her dress with a stunning scarf.

The scarf was white and appeared to be accented with designs of blue whales.

Camilla also wore her usual selection of gold jewellery.

This included a gold pendant necklace, gold earrings and a selection of gold bangles.

She wore minimal makeup and styled her hair in its usual sleek bob style.

Royal fans were delighted with the Duchess’s appearance.

One fan, @JL79981049, took to Twitter saying: “I love the softness the scarf brings to the look.”

Another fan, @westcoastwoman, said: “Her work is simply stellar!”

Royal watcher, @LadyIngrid_123 wrote: “What amazing and important work she’s doing.”

Twitter user @CarolCochrane added: “She does a lot to support victims of domestic abuse.

“All credit to her for her work and dedication in this area.”

Social media account @Cherylsmilesx commented saying: “Thank you to the Duchess of Cornwall for continuing to support and highlight violence against women.”

Earlier today, Camilla visited the world’s first women’s refuge, which opened in Chiswick, west London, in 1971.

In a powerful speech, Camilla said of the 50th anniversary of the Refuge charity: “Let us use it as a milestone to galvanise and inspire us all towards a world where women and children can live in safety, free from fear.

“It was abundantly clear that it remains a beacon of hope and healing for its inhabitants.

“I heard encouraging stories of the immediate, practical difference that survivors have seen from recent changes in the law and from the determination and bravery of everyone who is fighting to protect those living with abuse.”

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