The Duchess of Cornwall and the Prince of Wales continued their royal tour on Sunday, arriving in Kumasi, Ghana, for a day of further official engagements. Camilla, who continued to keep her fashion free and floaty in the hot weather, chose a gorgeous floral dress for the occasion – and it's clearly one of her favourites. Made by one of her go-to designers Fiona Clare, its pretty pansy print features flashes of green, pink and yellow – perfect for a sunny day, we reckon.
Camilla's floral dress is by Fiona Clare
Camilla is clearly as much of a fan of thrifty fashion as Duchesses Kate and Meghan, since she has worn the dress a number of times since 2011 – she also owns the same silhouette in a number of prints. She chose the exact dress as recently as July for a visit to Wales with Prince Charles, in fact teaming it with exactly the same pair of shoes she did on Sunday. If it ain't broke, don’t fix it, eh?
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Day five of the royal tour saw The Duchess attend a literacy event at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and visit the National Cultural Centre for her solo engagements – earlier in the day, she and Charles were welcomed to Kumasi with a traditional durbar (or procession) at Manhiya Palace, where they previously met with the King of the Ashantis, His Majesty Osei Tutu II.
She also wore the pretty frock on a recent visit to Wales with Prince Charles
Camilla has certainly wowed with her outfit choices during the nine-day visit, memorably wearing an incredible chiffon gown for a state dinner in The Gambia on Thursday evening. The gorgeous Anna Valentine dress was thought to be a custom piece, which she teamed with her show-stopping Van Cleef & Arpels Magic Alhambra earrings. Here's hoping for another formal look from Camilla before the trip comes to an end…
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