Prince Charles’ Wife Spotted in Moroccan Caftan at a Dinner Reception

Written by FDM

The wife of Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, stepped into a Black-tie event last week in England with her famous Moroccan caftan gifted to her by King Mohammed VI.

On February 6, the Duchess of Cornwall had already caused a sensation by sporting a sparkling emerald green caftan, adorned with sequins, at the annual dinner reception of the British Asian Trust held at Buckingham Palace.

A month later, she appears again with her favorite caftan, alongside her husband to celebrate an early St Patrick’s Day dinner, organized at the Embassy of Ireland in London. Camilla decided to dress for the occasion in the same fabulous green Caftan. The 71-year-old added nude high heels and accessorized with simple drop earrings.

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 06: Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attends a dinner to mark St Patrick’s Day and celebrate UK-Irish relations on March 06, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)


According to the British website Hello, a connoisseur of celebrities and Royals, the caftan in question would be a gift, that the wife of Prince Charles received from King Mohammed VI during the couple’s official visit to Morocco in 2011. The Duchess was then the guest of honor of a traditional Moroccan fashion show at the Villa des Arts in Rabat.

Like her daughters-in-law; Kate Middelton and Meghan Markle, It is known that members of the royal family are used to recycling their favorite outfits.