Camilla shined in King Mohammed VI’s gift, a green caftan paired with nude high heels and accessorized with a simple drop earring.
Rabat – Camilla, the UK’s Duchess of Cornwall, attended an early St. Patrick’s Day dinner Wednesday evening at the Irish embassy in London. Camilla shined in her green caftan, a gift from King Mohammed VI she received during a royal visit to Morocco in 2011. She paired the caftan with nude high heels and accessorized with simple drop earrings.
The green dress is sequenced with elaborate trimming down the middle in the Moroccan style known as sfifa.
It is the second time that Camilla is wearing the exquisite caftan; she first donned the same caftan in an event that her husband, Charles, prince of Wales, hosted at Buckingham Palace in February.
After being invited by King Mohammed VI, Prince Charles and Camilla visited Morocco in 2011, an event that reaffirmed the historic relationship between the two countries.
Camilla attended a vibrant caftan fashion show at Rabat’s Villa of Arts, during which she expressed enthusiasm for the traditional Moroccan garment.