Camilla Parker Bowles looked amazing attending the ‘On Point: Royal Academy of Dance at 100’ exhibit at the V&A alongside Darcey Bussell. She was wearing a sky blue dress and a Bottega Veneta handbag.
The Duchess of Cornwall was gorgeous Wednesday afternoon as she met Dame Darcey Bussell to take a look at the new exhibit ‘On Point: Royal Academy of Dance at 100’ at the V&A.
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We loved her outfit that she wore for the occasion. The royal dressed for the warm sunny weather in a lovely pastel blue shirt dress, which she teamed with nude pumps, classic gold jewelry, and wore a totally on-trend woven bag from Bottega Veneta.
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The swish leather piece in the classic neutral beige color is part of the designer’s cult intrecciato range. The ‘Intrecciato Small Leather Shoulder Bag’ is worth £ 2,220.40 and is quite the bullion coin. Lots of celebrities have been seen wearing this brand’s arm candy, from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Rihanna and Hailey Bieber, so Camilla is in great company!
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Camilla also covered herself in a chic printed silk face mask. The royal has been known to wear a lot of eye-catching blankets since the start of the pandemic and we have to say she has a pretty stylish collection.
Camilla with Darcey at the V&A
Duchess of Cambridge could opt for children’s masks from Amaia Kids, but Camilla goes for a slightly larger shape that curves upwards, highlighting her pretty cheekbones.
Camilla with her Bottega Veneta bag
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The exhibition ‘On Point: Royal Academy of Dance at 100’ is a free exhibition organized between V&A and Royal Academy of Dance and celebrates 100 years of RAD telling how it has shaped the future of dance education. This is the first time in history that the organization has provided access to its archives on such a scale. Camilla took on the role of vice-patron of the Royal Academy of Dance last year from the Queen who had held the post since 1953.