Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall embarked on her first solo engagement abroad on Monday. In her usual understated fashion, The Duchess took the Eurostar to Paris where she would spend two days learning more about the charity Emmaus, which was founded shortly after WW2 when homelessness and poverty was a big problem. "I'm dreading making my speech in French," admitted Camilla before she represented the UK at the charity's headquarters. "I haven't spoken it since I was 16." After her speech had gone smoothly, Prince Charles's wife, met with Help for Heroes fundraisers, sampled some local fare at Marche Raspil and
Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie joined the Queen at the second of her annual summer garden parties at Buckingham Palace on Thursday afternoon. The two princesses were impeccably turned out for the exclusive yet informal event. Beatrice, 24, wore a fashionable monochrome print dress, cropped jacket, elegant court shoes and an off-centre floral hat. Her younger sibling Eugenie, 23, was the epitome of daytime chic in a white dress, nude jacket and an unusual hat inspired by the lily flower. The increasingly stylish duo both carried sleek black clutch bags. CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY They mingled with guests who had lined
Prince Harry supported a cause close to his heart as he attended a charity dinner in London on Thursday night. The 28-year-old prince, who is a Patron of the Walking With The Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge, attended the charity's Crystal Ball gala dinner, hosted by explorer Ben Fogle. "Tonight is all about creating opportunities," the charming royal said in an off-the-cuff speech before dinner at the swish Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane. The evening included entertainment from Ellie Goulding, whom Harry will be familiar with given that she performed at William and Kate's wedding reception, and The Stereophonics.